Central African Republic – Prefecture of Bamingui-Bangoran – sub prefecture of Ndélé and some surrounding villages along the axes of Golongosso, Ngarba and Krakoma
The initiative aims to give support to the fragile peace process in CAR through the implementation of immediate actions capable of:
The initiative aims to strengthen social cohesion through the training and organization of community events and to improve basic community services and access to income generating activities.
The project supports, through the purchase of supplies, the Craft and Technical Training Center of Mouda (CFAAM), which welcomes poor young people and guarantees them good training in the field of carpentry for men and sewing and crafts for women, thus offering them a better chance of entering the world of work. The Center is divided into 9 laboratories, operational throughout the year. It produces prostheses, orthopedic shoes and various aids for rehabilitation, objects of art, furniture and tools, made in the ateliers. The training activity is added to the craft production activity, organized in two learning cycles lasting 6 months.
UNDP – SDDR – Ministry of Agriculture – Ministry of Social Security – Supreme Court for Vocational Training and Apprenticeship – Ministry of Water Resources
In the Blue Nile State, the goal is to reduce conflicts between host communities and IDPs and refugees by reducing possible conflicts due to competition regarding the use of drinking water resources. In Mayo, Khartoum State, the goal is to promote community stabilization and social cohesion primarily through the provision of better community infrastructure, such as schools, and vocational training courses.
The project has to face the following situations: Lack of entrepreneurial capacity and absence of professional training courses; Poor knowledge of conflict management mechanisms between communities; Lack of adequate school facilities, resulting in class overcrowding and high dropout and dropout rates; Community water infrastructures that are not or only partially functioning and relative shortage of water for drinking use, especially following the substantial increase in the number of IDPs and refugees;
The main beneficiaries of the initiative are students, women, unemployed youth, IDPs, refugees and host communities, as they represent the most vulnerable groups at risk of being involved in conflicts of various kinds.
Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD which includes Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda).
The cattle trade from the Horn of Africa is one of the largest export trade operations in the world. Nonetheless, there are some issues that need to be addressed in order to improve the performance of the live animal and meat trade with the Middle East, in particular concerning the value chain, including limited ability to conform to the market, inadequate and inconsistent supply, lack of information. on the livestock market to direct producers, with intermediaries appropriating high percentages of the final price, and lack of knowledge of producers and traders on the safety and quality requirements of meat in importing countries.
The program has the overall objective of increasing the export of healthy cattle and meat from the countries of the Horn of Africa to the markets of the Middle East and the Gulf States. To achieve this goal, the project is articulated through four interconnected outputs and integrating ongoing or recently concluded initiatives in the region of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD which includes Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda) .
shepherds and breeders; Merchants; owners of slaughterhouses and other meat processing units; and veterinary authorities in the region. To these beneficiaries are added livestock traders as well as some categories of consumers in the states of the Middle East who will benefit from the project in terms of improved food safety and quality.