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2018

Sustained cash assistance to prevent famine and respond to drought in rural Somalia

Somalie

Titre : Sustained cash assistance to prevent famine and respond to drought in rural Somalia

Pays /Région : Somalia

Code projet : OSRO/SOM/809/USA

Durée : 01/04/2018 // 31/01/2019

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

Activités
* Provided USD 14 741 139 through cash for work to 29 345 rural households, enough to feed each household for 3-6.5 months. * Rehabilitated 135 water catchments. * Rehabilitated 18 irrigation canals to increase cereal production of small-scale farms. * Rehabilitated 17 feeder roads and eight prosopis management sites. * Rehabilitated 81 contour bunds to control soil erosion and improve pasturelands. * Trained 2 339 community members on infrastructure management and formed water management committees for each rehabilitated site. * Distributed USD 7 630 141 to 46 230 households, 39 360 of whom received cash assistance through the cash+agriculture modality during the Gu and Deyr cropping seasons, and 6 870 of whom received unconditional cash support in response to flooding in October 2019. * Distributed USD 3 218 673 to 13 516 households through the cash+livestock modality Impact :

Partenaires : Ministry of Environment, Agriculture and Climate Change (Puntland), Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation Development (Somaliland), Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation (Hirshabele), Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (Galmudug).

Bénéficiaires : 89 091 households (534 546 people).

Financement : USA
Contribution : USD 25 000 000

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