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RED SAACC Rapport Annuel 2017

Le projet de recherche-développement pour la sécurité alimentaire et l’adaptation climatique des systèmes ruraux de production au Niger (RED/SAACC-Niger) a pour objectif d’améliorer d’ici fin 2021, les revenus, la sécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle de 15.000 exploitations agricoles familiales fragiles à faible résilience, dans 15 communes des régions de Maradi, Tahoua et Tillabéri. [33 pages] Read More...

Shelter Project Performance Report

Between May and December 2016 (phase I), CARE and UNHCR provided safe, durable shelter to 531 families (1,917 people of concern) who had fled conflict in Mozambique. After starting with a transitional model using tarpaulins and blue gum poles, CARE worked with local skilled and unskilled labourers to upgrade the transitional models or create new semi-permanent shelters with mud brick walls and roofing comprised of iron sheets. The project also established kitchen gardens to support the nutrition and provide limited income generation for interested households. [12 pages] Read More...

Every Voice Counts (EVC) Program Quarterly Report – 2nd Quarter

CARE Sudan with partner National NGOs Great Family Organization – (GFO), Global Aid Hand (GAH), AlSawahda AlKhadra Organization (AAO) and State Ministry of Social Affairs (SMoA) and other government sector ministries, community structures and with support from CARE Nederland have made significant progress in pushing forward the planned EVC project objectives and activities in the past quarter. [12 pages] Read More...

SHOUHARDO III BBSS 2017

The SHOUHARDO Programs of CARE Bangladesh, funded by USAID is aimed to fight malnutrition and improve the lives of more than two million of the country's poorest people. This program has been directing with an aim to reduce food insecurity among Bangladesh’s poor and extreme poor households by addressing underlying causes, including women’s empowerment and livelihoods. A wide range of activities have already been implemented by The SHOUHARDO and SHOUHARDO-II Programs in the communities that together support the poor and undernourished in working towards greater socio-economic development and social change. Read More...

Shomoshti Yearly MRM Report ‘2018

CARE Bangladesh is implementing Shomoshti-Prosperity for the Poor and Disadvantaged project in 28 Upazilas in 14 districts, clustered in 4 regions (Northwest, mid-North West, Southwest and Northeast) of Bangladesh. Shomoshti is a Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) mandated project implemented with five partner NGOs. This yearly monitoring and results management (MRM) findings represent the outcome of the project. [42 pages]
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Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Program (GEWEP)

This report gives an overview of activities which were implemented by CARE Uganda and its local partners, Women and Rural Development Network (WORUDET) and Gulu Women’s Economic Development and Globalization (GWED-G) during the period (2014-March 2017). [22 pages] Read More...

Elements for an EU Strategy on Afghanistan

The specific elements that the EU Strategy On Afghanistan captures from CARE's recommendations includes: It addresses issues that CARE raised in its recommendations/Advocacy paper such as women empowerment & representation, service delivery particularly health and education; it also calls for further participation of women in all public affairs, respect of human rights specifically the rights of women and children, enhancing and strengthening access to education and health for the most vulnerable section of the population and fighting against corruption. [15 pages] Read More...

Dry Dev Rapport Annual 2016

DRYDEV Niger est financé pour 5 ans (Aout 2013 à juillet 2018) par le Ministère des Affaires Etrangères des Pays Bas à travers ICRAF. Drydev est mis en œuvre dans 3 pays du Sahel (Mali, Burkina Fasso, Niger) et 2 pays de l’Afrique de l’est (Ethiopie et Kenya) » et ICRAF assure la coordination.

Ce dernier coordonneLa vision de DRYDEV est le passage des ménages bénéficiaires d’une agriculture de subsistance et de l’aide alimentaire à un developpmement rural durable. Pour que cette transformation soit effective, il faudra que les interventions du programme conduisent a un accroissement de la sécurité alimentaire et hydrique, un meilleur accès au marché du fait de’excédent alimentaire généré et au renforcement de l’économie locale pour toutes les catégories de producteurs. [30 pages] Read More...

Krishi Utsho 2017 Annual Report

Krishi Utsho has emerged as a transformative social enterprise over the past several years as a way to identify and bring about progressive advancement in the lives of small holder farmers. As a social enterprise Krishi Utsho (KU) is equivalent to a hybrid of social sector intervention and pure business entrepreneurship, a social venture that can address problems of self-sustainability in a social intervention initiative. To succeed, these ventures must adhere to both social goals and financial viability. Typically, this project’s aim is to benefit small holder farmers, in particular women. It aims to permanently transform their lives by altering a prevailing socioeconomic equilibrium that works to their disadvantage. More importantly, the beneficiary group is an economically disadvantaged or marginalized segment of society that doesn’t have the means to transform its social or economic prospects without assistance. To that end, project focuses on the most important yet often neglected, agricultural sector. [47 pages] Read More...

Bringing Agroforestry to Scale for Improved Livelihood in Care-Harande resilience zones (BrASIL)

The BrASIL project is a collaboration between the World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) and CARE Mali (HARANDE Program) for maximizing synergies. The Goal of the Harande program, which means ‘food security’ in Peulh, is “Sustainable food, nutrition and income security for vulnerable household members in Youwarou, Tenenkou, Bandiagara and Douentza in Mopti region. The collaboration under BrASIL aim at ensuring a better intervention that takes full account of adaptation to climate change, optimal natural resource management and reduction of target communities’ vulnerability to climate change. This partnership will put high emphasis on the bottom up and community led, cascading training of trainers and farmer-to-farmers learning approaches. [19 pages] Read More...

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