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DfID Emergency Cash-First Response to Drought-affected Communities in Southern Provinces, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe

Titre : DfID Emergency Cash-First Response to Drought-affected Communities in Southern Provinces, Zimbabwe

Pays : Zimbabwe

Date : Aug 01, 2015 - Mar 31, 2016

Présentation
The project supports 56,100 vulnerable households ( 336,600 people) affected by severe drought in the southern provinces of Zimbabwe (Matebeleland North and South, Masvingo and Midlands). The action will address the immediate food needs of vulnerable men, women, boys and girls through the provision of mobile unconditional cash transfers that aim to cover 50% of the household food basket and nutritional needs of the beneficiaries. Beneficiaries will redeem cash to address basic household needs, primarily local food purchase. The project will encourage the local availability of nutritious food by facilitating partnerships between local general dealers and suppliers

Porteur du projet : World Vision Zimbabwe - CARE International Zimbabwe - EcoNet Zimbabwe

Financement : Department for International Development (DFID) United Kingdom
Budget : 5,234,969 USD

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