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... where the local livelihood is highly affected by the seasonal rains and climatic shocks. The failure of the short rain season (Deyr rain) has affected an area populated by approx. 67,000 people in Acute ...
...  Support us and help us provide funding for education, health, water, protection and livelihood of the Somali people. You can donate to CISP online, using your VISA or Mastercard and Maestro. Click on ...
Agriculture, fishing and livestock Our focus CISP's overall objective is to strengthen the agro-pastoralist and fishing communities' livelihood through an integrated approach that combines ...
... safety for men/boys and women/girls.   Livelihood ° CISP considers the specific needs of vulnerable populations (such as female-headed households, children, and members ...
... June): main rainy season, Haggai (July to September): cold, cloudy and dry, Deyr (October to December): secondary rainy season. Livelihood Livestock: camel, sheep, goats and cattle ...
... (December to March): warm and dry, Gu (April to June): main rainy season, Haggai (July to September): cold, cloudy and dry, Deyr (October to December): secondary rainy season. Livelihood ...
... warm and dry, Gu (April to June): main rainy season, Haggai (July to September): cold, cloudy and dry, Deyr (October to December): secondary rainy season. Livelihood Livestock: ...
... other vital sectors, like health, education, protection and livelihood. Water from shallow wells, for instance, is often polluted, causing outbreaks of waterborne diseases, such as cholera and diarrhea. ...
... the following sectors of intervention: Education   Health and Nutrition   Livelihood   Water and Sanitation Protection   Gender   HIV/AIDS   ...
... are hosted. Interventions are carried out in in Galgadud, Mudug, Hiraan, Middle Shabelle and Benadir, and include: • Mainstreaming protection strategies in health, education, WASH and livelihood interventions. ...
  Somalis live in extremely challenging livelihood conditions: 43% of the population lives on less than US$1 a day; and 73% survive on less than US$2 a day1. 65% of the population depend on remittances ...
... CISP focuses on five main sectors: health, education, livelihood, protection and water and sanitation. Despite its continuous efforts, CISP’s interventions experienced several funding disruptions, due ...
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