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El-Rahma for Development and Humanitarian Aid, in cooperation with UNHCR, in the Livelihoods Program to improve the conditions of refugees and the host community

Thank you to everyone at UNHCR for your support on behalf of all those who have benefited from this project. Through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which together with El-Rahima contributed to the improvement of the socio-economic situation of South Sudanese refugees in South Kordofan and the host community.

Project Achievements

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The Livelihoods Program seeks to improve self-reliance and livelihoods (70% of South Sudanese refugees) and (30% of host communities) through increased family assets and income diversification and by focusing on several key outputs:

1. Provide comprehensive and sustainable livelihood opportunities that promote self-reliance among refugees and host communities while contributing to local food production or food security.

2. Contribute to the stability, resilience and resilience of local communities through the provision of social and economic infrastructure and assets that will benefit refugees and host communities while contributing to local economic development and the empowerment of women.

3. Environmentally sustainable livelihoods for refugees and members of the host community.

4. Improving social and economic infrastructure and economic assets that support increased absorptive capacity, social stability and resilience of the provided communities.

Definition of the project

Extension training for 200 farmers

Training in sewing and clothing repair

Distributing sewing machines

Training in food industry

Training in the field of rubber confectionery

Training in the soap industry

Shaving training

Distributing shaving tools

Vegetable distribution and training in vegetable trade

Training in meat hygiene awareness and work organization skills

Distribution of butcher tools

Distribution of sheep

Field visits to beneficiaries