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The purpose of the Project is to empower the Church/Partner to relevantly address the needs of Youth in Burundi. The empowered partner will look at the life issues affecting a large number of young people who drop out of school without acquiring the intellectual, professional and physical abilities to address their needs. The project will create awareness on the rights of young people and how they can influence the duty bearers on their rights.The project will be implemented by The Community of Pentecostal Churches in Burundi (CEPBU) in partnership with Fida International. The Project will be spread across 7 local church assemblies in the communities which have the largest population of unemployed Youth. The project will be implemented in a holistic manner with the active participation of the all stakeholders including the Young people. In Burundi, a large number of young people leave school early without acquiring the intellectual, professional and physical abilities in order to fit into the socio - professional or find a job. The education system has indeed a high repetition rate in primary education (38%) and secondary education (29%). At the end of each school year, a very important number of pupils drop out the school. After primary school (6 years of schooling), many pupils do not have access to secondary education. This situation is more critical when it comes to the returnees from Tanzania. Most of the children who were in Tanzania schools drop out when they arrive in Burundi because of the language barrier. Schools in Burundi use French language unlike in Tanzania who use Swahili and English and therefore makes it difficult for returnees Children. There are various activities which will take place during the implementation process. Among the activities are to train Church leaders on the rights of Youth and the drafting of the youth policy. The project will follow up the approval and adoption of the youth ministry policy by CEPBU and support the process of printing and dissemination. The project will assist the community in mobilization of local resources for the building of the recreational facilities (youth centers) in Bujumbura and Ruyigi. After building the Centres, the project will see to it that the Centres are equipped with necessary materials for training. The expected impact of this project is a strengthened and capacitated partner, able to address the needs of the Youth in the communities. The project aims to see a Church /partner that
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2025-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2028-12-31
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Humanitarian Implementation Plan (HIP) Chad(ECHO/TCD/BUD/2014/91000 - fully allocated of total funding decision of Euro 31.5 mn)
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2025-01-01
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2014-08-28T17:58:00
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(Syria) Syria crisis
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2025-01-01
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2014-02-06T15:35:00
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Lebanon - Syria Crisis Regional Refugee Response
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2025-01-01
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Jordan - Syria Crisis Regional Refugee Response
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2025-01-01
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2014-02-06T15:39:00
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Agriculture and Food Security, Economic Recovery and Market Systems (ERMS) (USAID/OFDA)
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2025-01-01
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2014-08-26T12:55:00
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(Jordan) Protection services in Jordan
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2025-01-01
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Multi-Sector Assistance, Protection (STATE/PRM)
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2025-01-01
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2014-07-21T12:47:00
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Humanitarian Implementation Plan (HIP) Chad (ECHO/TCD/EDF/2014/01000 - fully allocated of total funding decision of Euro 10.0 mn)
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2025-01-01
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2025-01-01
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2014-09-04T16:03:00
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Health, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Nutrition, Protection, Humanitarian Coordination and Info Management, Disaster Response Funding Cable (USAID/OFDA)
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The Project purpose is to increase food supplies for 600 families of Giharo and Bukemba in Rutana Province of Burundi through promotion and facilitation in better farming methods and practices that will enhance increased food production in the community. The Project will build the capacity of the community in sustainable land management, mobilization of local resource and adaptation to climate change.The Community of Pentecostal Churches in Burundi (CEPBU) is the main Fida partner in this program. During the past 4 decades, Burundi has undergone through destructive civil wars that caused a great damaged to the country’s economy. During this period, more than 500,000 fled the country to the neighbouring countries especially Tanzania. After a long process of peace talks between the rebels and the government, peace agreements were signed and the repatriation process was initiated in which a massive flow back of returnees were settled back to their origin places in Rutana province of Burundi. The resettlement process has faced a lot of challenges in meeting the needs of the returnee who were poor, illiterate, without food and shelter, and lacked farming inputs to start up their normal living. CEPBU and Fida have partnered to empower the community in understanding their rights in response to these challenges. The Project will conduct church leaders training on food security/environment protection techniques and the formulation of food security and Environment protection policy. The partner will influence the community on matters related to food security and environment protection practices. The project will train the Community Coordinating Teams (CCT) who will be a representation of the 600 families on food security and environment protection. The CCT will establish farmers' groups in the community and train them on saving and credit methods, effective livestock management, preparation and development of tree nurseries and engage them in tree planting and protect of forest areas with contour lines. The project will provide the Community Coordinating Teams with training materials, seeds for demonstration tree nurseries and links to other environment protection organizations. The overall objective of this project is to contribute to the wellbeing of the returnee communities in Burundi. It is expected that, at the end of the project the returnees will increase their food production that is enough to sustain their family needs and support their children education
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2024-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2027-12-31
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The purpose of the project is to increase sustainable and potable water supply for Human and Livestock in Moyale district. Due to prolonged dry spells every Year, Women and children walk long distances up to 7Kms to collect water for domestic use. Young men move from one place to another in search of pastures and water for their livestock. The Project will enable the community to access water close to their villages. The Fida partner in Moyale Project is Ethiopian Mulu Wongel Amagnoch Church Development Organization (EMWACD) which is a faith based non-profit making indigenous Organization initiated in 1993 and registered officially in October 2009 as an “Ethiopian Residents Charity”. The partner has a long history and presence in this community and therefore understands them well. Moyale is an area which has experienced drought throughout ages. Springs and rivers dried long time ago due to human activities which affected the environment. Sustainable water sources are scarce and cannot be accessed by all communities living in Moyale district. There have been frequent conflicts between the communities as they struggle for the few water points. The Project will collaborate with the community to construct a water pond which will collect rainy water which happens once in a while. The community will be empowered through training by the project on how to manage the water Pond and protect the environment surrounding the Pond area. The community will be sensitized on peace building and conflict prevention so that they don’t harm their neighbours who might come for the same water point. Both Women and men will be empowered on how to use water effectively in their different uses. Through the Project, part of the communities living in Moyale will have access to drinking water for humans and their livestock. There will be increased productivity in homes as a result of reduced long distances to fetch water. Conflicts between pastoralists who travel other places to search water for their Livestock will reduce. Pastoralists value water more than any other commodity. It is therefore expected that the wellbeing of the communities will be improved.
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2023-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2026-12-31
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The Project purpose is to improve the livelihood of vulnerable women of Fincha and Shambu towns by creating interventions that responds to the deep rooted poverty in the community. The People of Fincha and Shambu have been social-economically marginalized due to unavailability of infrastructure and facilities like Road, Electricity, Hospital and Schools. The community has limited access to income generating activities which lead to poor economic status of the people. The Ethiopian Mulu Wongel Amagnoch Church Development Organization (EMWACD) is the Fida partner in this Project at Fincha and Shambu. EMWACDO is a faith based non-profit making indigenous Organization initiated in 1993 and registered officially in October 2009 as an “Ethiopian Residents Charity”. The project targets mostly women who are the most vulnerable people in these towns due to the prevailing poverty levels. Most of the women who migrate with their families to these Towns are illiterate and without income generating activities to support their livelihood. The Project will create awareness on human rights and facilitated the community to identify possible income generating opportunities which the community can exploit to support their families. The Project will support the target community to form self help support groups which will discuss their situations and find solutions to their prevailing circumstances. The project will empower the groups through trainings on resource mobilization and savings, HIV Prevention, environmental aspects and Income generating activities for both men and women. The empowered community will be able to take care of the schooling of their Children.The main aim of the project is to contribute to holistic wellbeing of the community through a Just, Safe and Caring Church/Partner. The partner will empower the community on the rights of every person and provide a safe ground for all people who are suffering from socio-economic injustices and other human sufferings. The project is planned and implemented for the first time in this area.
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2022-01-01
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2025-12-31
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The purpose of the Project is to build the capacity of Bonga community on how to mobilize their own locally available resources so as to alleviate poverty and improve their livelihood. Bonga area has local resources and opportunities which are not yet exploited. The Project will influence the people to understand their rights to those resources. Fida’s partner in this project is the Ethiopian Guenet Church Development and Welfare Organization (EGCDWO) The Organization is the development arm of Ethiopian Guenet Church which was established in 1999. The partner has a strong presence in the community surrounding Bonga and therefore able to work with the community effectively. People living in the Project area see themselves as powerless and hopeless because of the escalating poverty caused by recurrent draught and environmental degradation. The Project is targeting 2,000 people who are living in total poverty. The project will contribute to the overall transformation of the disadvantaged communities in Bonga and the surrounding areas through mobilizing and building the capacity of 3,100 people from 10 selected local areas. The 3,100 will form 100 Self Help Groups (SHG). Training and empowerment on various crosscutting issue will be conducted through those self help groups. The groups will continue replicating to reach out to other community members. The CCMDPB Project is new and aiming at contributing to the holistic wellbeing of people through of a Just, safe and caring Church/Partner in Ethiopia. It is expected that at the end of the project period, the community’s knowledge and actions towards their human rights will have increased. Through the community training and empowerment, people’s lives will be transformed economically, socially, politically, emotionally and their living standards.
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2021-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2024-12-31
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"The project’s purpose is to improve the livelihoods of the extremely poor (vulnerable) people living in communities affected by environmental and climatic problems in Eastern Africa region. The regional food security and climate change programs role is to empower Fida partner organizations as duty bearers to expand their environmental interventions through training. The project will be implemented by Fida Eastern Africa Regional food security and climate change program. Fida’s Partners in Eastern Africa are Full Gospel Churches of Kenya (FGCK), Pentecostal Churches of Uganda (PCU), Free Pentecostal Churches of Tanzania (FPCT), Ethiopian Guenet Church (EGC), Ethiopian Full Gospel Believers Church (EFGBC), The Community of Pentecostal Churches in Burundi (CEPBU), Association of Pentecostal Church of Rwanda (ADEPR) and The Pentecostal Churches in Central Africa (CEPAC). Different kinds of ecosystems have become vulnerable. Wetlands: surface water has decline, yet usage has intensify leading to land degradation and therefore affecting human livelihood. Part of the problem is caused by negative human activity in the communities and part is caused by climatic changes. Rain is a major limiting factor for crops, yet plants will require more water with warmer temperature. Warmer temperatures reduce length of growing seasons. Grain yield is highly sensitive to length of season. Crop pests and diseases may increase and irrigation water may decline. Vegetation will dry faster and drinking water becomes scarce.Eastern Africa food security and Climate change project will build the regional partner’s capacity to deal with environmental issues and to find better livelihood strategies for people suffering from the effects of climate change and environmental degradation. Since Fida’s Partners have been part of the planning process, they will be the key actors in the implementing process. The planning will continue more deeply in the first year and all stakeholders will be involved in the planning, implementing and monitoring. Networking will be a key factor in this project since lot of knowledge and expertise is available with the government and other NGOs. Partners’ project staff, community and church leaders will be trained at Habari Maalum College, Arusha-Tanzania in various issues on environment such as tree planting, soil conservation, modern farming methods, rain water harvesting, agro forestry and related courses. The trained leaders and project staffs will convey
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2020-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2023-12-31
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Title: Musahama Independent Evaluation
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GBP £ 100.000
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2018-04-01
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2014-12-17T02:51:23
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2019-05-31
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Contract and Agency Labour Project for Sub-Saharan Africa
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2018-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2020-12-31
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"The continuation of the harmonisation process on the food safety standards in order to create a level playing field in the international trade of food products between India and the Netherlands (EU)."
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2017-12-15
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2015-04-10T07:15:48
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2017-12-01
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Trade unions and thematic networks in West Africa
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2017-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2019-12-31
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The purpose of this project is: access to safe reliable drinking water, socially acceptable sanitation, and increased awareness of hygiene, for 130 households in two communities of Pujward cluster in Roshan district.The main partner in this project is the community of Pujward. Their role is to be the initiators and drivers of development in this project and the community. The project was conceived because of a request by the community elders and the community will have substantial involvement for the duration of the project. The target community is in a very remote part of Afghanistan where access in the winter is very difficult.The Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development is the other partner in this project and their role is to make sure the project fits overall national development goals, and to provide a place where appropriate collaboration with other stakeholders can take place.This project will bring clean water to the Pujward village cluster, build toilets and provide health/hygiene education. A school will also be provided with water, toilets and hygiene education. Because of the lack of toilets it is particularly difficult for women with regard to privacy. An important gender related benefit of the project is the reduction in stress and time for women in looking for private places for defecation.The goal of the project is to reduce the incidence of water-borne disease. With better health comes more productivity, less money spent on medicines and an overall increase in quality of life.
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2017-01-01
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2014-12-19T11:03:42
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2020-12-31
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Title: Support for the Global Nutrition Report
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GBP £ 800.000
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2017-01-01
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2015-07-15T02:55:23
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2021-03-31
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Implementation
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Fourniture et pose des panneaux de sensibilisation et information, faisant ressortir l'investissement de l'UE
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EUR 18.702
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Start date planned:
2016-06-14
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2015-03-24T08:27:55
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2016-12-13
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