REDESO Nduta refugee camp conference room in well protected environment

REDESO Nduta refugee camp conference room in well protected environment

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INTERGRATED LIVELIHOOD PROGRAMME

Integrated Livelihood Programme (ILP) is a project implemented by REDSEO and Concern World Wide in Kibondo District. The project is targeted to benefit 4,000 direct beneficiaries from 20 villages and 90,196 indirect beneficiaries. Up to date, the project has benefited 3,372 households with 20,142 direct individuals. Members of the households registered in the farmers field schools (FFS groups) are comprised of 1,753 women (52%) and 1,619 men (48%). Currently, a total of 160 FFS groups from all 20 programme villages have been formed. Specifically, the programme is targeted to benefit most vulnerable farmers who are getting one meal per day and mostly those who find it hard even to have one meal per day and people living in poverty who have poor environmental health with low hygiene/excreta disposal behaviors leading to risk of diseases including people living with HIV/AIDS, elderly, orphans, widows, widowers, chronically ill, physically disabled people and other normal farmers to support and work in collaboration with them.

WATER FACILITY PROGRAM

Water Facility Program (WF Program) is another project located in Kibondo district in Kigoma Region. REDESO Kibondo is implementing the project in partnership with Concern Worldwide under European Union funding. The project is targeted to benefit 6,646 households as direct beneficiaries from 20 villages and 34,160 households as indirect beneficiaries.

The programme villages are scattered all over the district from the Northern part Nyamtukuza village which is located 120 kms from Kibondo town and Kibuye village located 110 kms in the southern part of Kibondo town.

 

Basic features of Kibondo agriculture rested on the following conditions:

  • Low level of farming technology (99.9 % of farmers use only hand hoe)
  • Poor farming practices, not friendly to environment
  • Minimum investment in agriculture (minimal use of inputs, improved seeds/animals and appropriate technology including Irrigation and processing)
  • Chronic problems of pests and diseases to both crop and livestock sector
  • Lack of specific cash crop
  • Lack of customary legal land ownership

 

The project aimed at achieving the following outputs:

  • Improved farming techniques and practices in food crop production by farmers in targeted villages.
  •  Enhanced capacities of targeted communities, Governance issues and mainstreaming cross cutting issues.

 

WF Program

The project aimed at achieving the following outputs: 

  • Improved Household and school sanitation through community empowerment in construction of latrine facilities in 20 villages
  • Improved knowledge, attitude and practices of good health and hygiene behaviours of targeted communities / school children through participatory methodologies in 20 villages.

Integrated Livelihood Programme (ILP) is a project implemented by REDSEO and Concern World Wide in Kibondo District. The project is targeted to benefit 4,000 direct beneficiaries from 20 villages and 90,196 indirect beneficiaries. Up to date, the project has benefited 3,372 households with 20,142 direct individuals. Members of the households registered in the farmers field schools (FFS groups) are comprised of 1,753 women (52%) and 1,619 men (48%). Currently, a total of 160 FFS groups from all 20 programme villages have been formed. Specifically, the programme is targeted to benefit most vulnerable farmers who are getting one meal per day and mostly those who find it hard even to have one meal per day and people living in poverty who have poor environmental health with low hygiene/excreta disposal behaviors leading to risk of diseases including people living with HIV/AIDS, elderly, orphans, widows, widowers, chronically ill, physically disabled people and other normal farmers to support and work in collaboration with them.

WATER FACILITY PROGRAM

Water Facility Program (WF Program) is another project located in Kibondo district in Kigoma Region. REDESO Kibondo is implementing the project in partnership with Concern Worldwide under European Union funding. The project is targeted to benefit 6,646 households as direct beneficiaries from 20 villages and 34,160 households as indirect beneficiaries.

The programme villages are scattered all over the district from the Northern part Nyamtukuza village which is located 120 kms from Kibondo town and Kibuye village located 110 kms in the southern part of Kibondo town.

 

Basic features of Kibondo agriculture rested on the following conditions:

  • Low level of farming technology (99.9 % of farmers use only hand hoe)
  • Poor farming practices, not friendly to environment
  • Minimum investment in agriculture (minimal use of inputs, improved seeds/animals and appropriate technology including Irrigation and processing)
  • Chronic problems of pests and diseases to both crop and livestock sector
  • Lack of specific cash crop
  • Lack of customary legal land ownership

 

The project aimed at achieving the following outputs:

  • Improved farming techniques and practices in food crop production by farmers in targeted villages.
  •  Enhanced capacities of targeted communities, Governance issues and mainstreaming cross cutting issues.

 

WF Program

The project aimed at achieving the following outputs: 

  • Improved Household and school sanitation through community empowerment in construction of latrine facilities in 20 villages
  • Improved knowledge, attitude and practices of good health and hygiene behaviours of targeted communities / school children through participatory methodologies in 20 villages.

 

 

 

 

 

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