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Livelihood recovery in Western Bahr El Gazal (South Sudan)

Sud Soudan

Catholic Organisation for Relief and Development Aid (CORDAID) Netherlands

Titre : Livelihood recovery in Western Bahr El Gazal (South Sudan)

Région/Pays : Sud Soudan

Code : 112576

Durée : 14-05-2015 to 13-08-2015

Cordaid, in cooperation with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), is distributing seeds, tools and fishing gear to 3,892 food-insecure and displaced households in Western Bahr El Gazal State of South Sudan. This way, both Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and host communities can recover their livelihoods and start building up their lives once again.

Objectifs  : The overall goal of this project is to contribute to protecting vulnerable populations affected by the crisis against hunger, malnutrition and destitution.

Groupes Cibles : This project targets 3.892 vulnerable households in Western Bahr El Gazal State. In Raga County, we will work in Ere, Raga, Ringi and Uyujuku Payams and in Jur River County we will work in Kangi, Kuajena, Marial Bai, Rocrocdong, Udici and Wau Bai Payams.

Mise en œuvre : A total of 1.000 crop kits, 2.466 vegetable kits and 2.000 fishing kits will be distributed to 3.892 households. Ahead of distribution, communities will be mobilized and sensitized in order to identify beneficiaries per community. Emergency kits will then be collected from the nearest FAO storage hub, transported to the project areas and distributed. After distribution, a post-distribution monitoring excercise will be conducted to get feedback from the beneficiaries on timeliness, quantity and quality of goods received.

Budget  : € 92,480

Présentation : CORDAID

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