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2019

Addressing Acute Food Insecurity in Rural Areas of Somalia

Somalie

Titre : Addressing Acute Food Insecurity in Rural Areas of Somalia

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : OSRO/SOM/902/USA

Durée : 01/01/2019 — 31/03/2020

Objectif (s) : To increase immediate food access while restoring household food production and protecting livestock assets.

Activités
* Provided 24 400 households with agricultural inputs (maize, sorghum, cowpea and vegetable seeds, hermitic storage bags, hand-held tools) ; a majority of households also received cash from a separate resource partner. * Provided 3 500 urban internally displaced person households with vegetable seeds, hand-held tools and watering cans to start their own gardens, as well cash from a separate resource partner. * Supported 8 800 households with supplementary feed blocks, milk storage containers (mazzicans) and supportive treatment for their livestock, together with cash from a separate resource partner. * Provided 740 fishing households with either : (i) fiberglass fishing boat ; (ii) community fish processing kit ; or (iii) household fish processing and cooking kit, together with cash through a separate project. * Trained beneficiary households according to inputs distributed : good agricultural and post-harvest practices (farming beneficiaries), feed block usage and milk storage (livestock-holding households), and safety at sea, fish handling, processing and hygiene (fisheries beneficiaries). * Provided emergency supportive treatment to 5.9 million animals and vaccinated a total of 6.9 million. * Equipped federal and state ministries of livestock with 34 solar-powered fridges for vaccine storage.

Partenaires : Federal and state line ministries, Livestock Professional Associations and non-governmental organizations.

Bénéficiaires : 1 255 060 people.

Financement : United States of America
Contribution : USD 14 000 000

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