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Food Security and Resilience Building Program (Yemen)

Yémen

Titre : Food Security and Resilience Building Program (Yemen)

Région /Pays : Yémen
Zone d’intervention : three governorates of Sanaa, Taiz and Lahaj

Date : 09/12/2013 - 09/12/2016

Programme
Mercy Corps and CARE will implement a three-year Food Security and Resilience Building Program (FSRB) in the three governorates of Sanaa, Taiz and Lahaj, building upon current programs, partners and lessons learned. The consortium will also build upon Mercy Corps’ and CARE’s current UNICEF- and ECHO-funded nutrition, health and hygiene programs in the targeted districts. Mercy Corps and CARE will look for opportunities to collaborate with the USAID-funded Community Livelihoods Project (CLP) programs in Sana’a, Lahj and Taiz, currently being implemented by Creative Associates (CAI). This new phase of programming will make the receipt of vouchers conditional on participation in Food for Assets (FFA) activities – including both Vouchers for Work (VFW) and Vouchers for Training (VFT) – to build and rehabilitate key community assets that will improve long-term livelihoods and resiliency, improve household nutrition practices, and protect the health of the most vulnerable family members.

Objectifs
* GOAL : To save lives, reduce suffering, and promote recovery and resilience through the provision of food assistance and improvement of government institutions and communal assets that reduce vulnerability.

* OBJECTIVE 1 : Improved food security and nutrition for vulnerable households in three governorates through conditional food vouchers. _ * OBJECTIVE 2- Capacity of communities, institutions, and government strengthened for improved nutrition, food security, and resilience.

Annonce par : Mercy Corps

Financement : Office of Food for Peace (USAID/FFP)
Budget : $15,000,000

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