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2019

From Surviving to Thriving - Strengthening Resilience of Vulnerable Households and Communities in Northern Somalia

Somalie

Titre : From Surviving to Thriving - Strengthening Resilience of Vulnerable Households and Communities in Northern Somalia

Pays : Somalie

Identifiant IITA : XI-IATI-EC_DEVCO_T05-EUTF-HOA-SO-47-02

Date/Durée : 01-Jan-2019 // 31-Déc-2021

Résumé
The Theory of Change is based on a “Push/Pull” strategy. The Action aims to equip market-oriented value chain actors with business skills and training that increase their capacity to engage more productively in demand-driven economic opportunities in partnership with other public and private market actors to transition out of low skill, assets, capital and access to markets, and thus low resilience. Moreover, the Action aims to strengthen social protection and self-help mechanisms. The Action contains “Push” activities to strengthen household, group, community capacities to prepare for, mitigate against and respond to shocks, strengthen networks of self-help, and skills to diversify incomes, increase productivity and enhance self-reliance. The Action supports a number of “Pull” activities to improve understanding of the capacity-based constraints of the most vulnerable and inclusiveness of opportunities nurtured. Barriers for market entry for both individuals and households will be lowered through (i) the strengthening and development of risk-sharing mechanisms (iii) strengthening of input networks (CAHWs, and agri-vets) ; (iii) building-the-chain through support to mid-level value-chain entrepreneurs through loans, grants, linkages to formal financial institutions and promotion of marketing through collectives to break supply chain bottle necks ; (iv) creating new types of jobs in value chains, public sector or new sector ; (v) introducing innovative governance mechanisms.

Objectifs
The action will target 37871 pastoralists, agro-pastoralists, peri-urban households in 44 villages across 9 districts (Lughaya, Salahley, Hargeisa, Badhan, Burco, Bosaso, Eyl and Lasanod) in Somaliland and Puntland

Partenaires
Mise en oeuvre : DRC
Suivi : EU Trust Fund for Africa
Financement : ACF ADRA CARE NEDERLAND DRC SIDA World Vision Australia

Budget : 4 000 000 EUR

Présentation (akvorsr)

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