Mid-term Evaluation Sudan
Food security and livelihood support of war and drought affected population in the Red Sea State, Sudan
In October 2012 a mid-term review evaluated the EC financed project “Food Security and Livelihood Support of War and Drought Affected Populations in the Red Sea Area” (SDN 1079).
The project aims at contributing to the improvement of food
production methods and enhancing the livelihoods of the rural population in two localities of Red Sea State (RSS), where approximately 15,000 people are living in 16 selected communities. The project activities are to improve access to clean water and sanitation awareness, introduce environmentally sound practices and improve use of natural resources. The project participates in the implementation of the Red Sea State Development Plan (RSSDP) by advocating for an increase of the overall food security and by contributing to the improvement of the management of scarce natural resources, which constitute a potential risk for conflict. Project duration is from November 2010 until October 2013.
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