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2012

Community Managed and Disaster Risk Reduction Project in Mboro and Ngisa (WDG) Reducing vulnerability to drought through capacity building (South Sudan)

Sud Soudan

Catholic Organisation for Relief and Development Aid (CORDAID) Netherlands

Titre : Community Managed and Disaster Risk Reduction Project in Mboro and Ngisa (WDG) Reducing vulnerability to drought through capacity building (South Sudan)

Région/Pays : Sud Soudan

Code : Project ID 109058

Durée : Project period 01-12-2012 to 31-03-2014

Descriptif
Drought affects 9,000 people of the villages Mboro and Ngisa in Western Bahr el Ghazal. Moreover, people in Ngisa suffer from malaria. We want to provide vulnerable people with safe drinking water and mosquito nets to prevent them from getting sick. Furthermore, we want to help them increase their capacities to deal with drought on a sustainable way, managed by them.

Objectifs
This is a pilot project of Community Managed and Disaster Risk Reduction (CMDRR). It aims at increasing the capacity of the villages in Mboro and Ngisa to withstand drought and malaria through strengthening community’s ability to manage disasters, improve water access, increase food production and reduce the risk of getting malaria.

Goals
Civil Society Organizations with increased capacity in influencing policy
Organizations with increased capacity in CMDRR
Communities involved in CMDRR activities

Mise en œuvre : Women Development Group

Financement : Cordaid ; Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Budget
Total budget : € 35,021
Funding through Cordaid : € 35,021

CORDAID

Présentation : AKVORSR

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