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2017

Emergency Drought Response Initiative (EDRI) in Beledweyne District of Hiran Region – Somalia

Somalie

Titre : Emergency Drought Response Initiative (EDRI) in Beledweyne District of Hiran Region – Somalia

Pays /Région : Somalie

Code projet : SOM-17/3485/SA1/FSC/INGO/4652

Durée : 10/04/2017 // 10/08/2017

Présentation
This program aims to address food insecurity through provisions of unconditional cash transfer for the most vulnerable IDPs, returnees and host communities in Beledweyne district. Beneficiaries will be provided with an unconditional cash grant to cover 80% of their food needs with a top up that aims to prevent school dropout.

Bénéficiaires
Primary beneficiaries will be host agro pastoral, returnees and IDP communities in Beledweyne district. Beneficiaries will be identified through village relief committees, RI and in coordination with partners in the locality to verify any risk of duplication of beneficiaries. The beneficiaries shall be verified through the village relief committee that shall comprise of the local community representation consisting of of minorities, women, youth, among others . The targeting shall include farming groups that are supported by RI under USAID-OFDA funds who stand the risk of losing crops should the drought persist, IDPs, returnees and poor host communities who lost their livestock during the drought and are yet to adopt coping mechanisms. The project will especially target women-headed households, minorities and households with persons of special needs. Also to be targeted are pastoral drop-outs who have lost more than 70% of livestock in the on-going drought

Porteur du projet : Relief International UK

Financement : Nations Unies

Contribution : 461,115.94 $

United Nations Development Group

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