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2013

Integrated Food Security Assistance to Returnees and their Host Communities in South Sudan

South Sudan

Titre : Integrated Food Security Assistance to Returnees and their Host Communities in South Sudan

Code du projet : OSRO/SSD/304/JPN

Pays : South Sudan

Localisation : Central Equatoria, Eastern Equatoria, Jonglei, Lakes, Northern Bahr el Ghazal, Unity, Upper Nile, Warrap and Western Equatoria States.

Durée : 12/03/2013-31/12/2013

Objectif : To improve food security, nutrition and livelihoods among returnees and their host communities in South Sudan.

Activités
* Distributed veterinary drugs, acaricides and equipment for East Coast fever (ECF) treatment and tick control, benefiting 60 000 households.
* Trained 133 veterinarians, laboratory technicians, extension officers and community animal health workers on different aspects of ECF control.
* Distributed 27 tonnes of assorted crop and vegetable seeds, 16 750 improved plant cultivars, 10 416 kg of assorted fruit and multipurpose tree seeds, micro-irrigation equipment and over 40 000 hand tools to 40 000 households.
* Trained approximately 9 000 beneficiaries on improved horticultural production through the farmer field school approach and an additional 2 000 famers on agroforestry production practices and tree nursery establishment and management.
* Constructed fuel-efficient stoves for 1 500 beneficiary households in Yei County.
* Distributed fishing gear – including 47 632 spools of twine, 17 120 boxes of hooks and 2 750 mono-filaments – to 8 671 households living near fishing grounds.
* Provided a training of trainers course on fish net braiding and preservation techniques for six extension officers, and a training course on reducing post-harvest losses for 50 fisher folk.
* Conducted 12 FSL Cluster coordination meetings, three subcluster meetings and two peer review meetings.
* Supported FSL partner who does what where tracking and monitoring, post-distribution monitoring, market monitoring and the food security monitoring system.
* Supported the National Bureau of Statistics to conduct an analysis on the March and July 2013 Integrated Food Security Phase Classification, as well as the June 2013 Crop and Food Security Assessment Mission

Partenaires : National and State Ministries of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, County Agriculture Departments, and 13 local and international Non-governmental Organizations.

Organisations des Nations Unies : FAO

Donneur : Japan

Contribution : USD 4 000 000

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