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... secondary school,” she notes.   This situation is not unique to Farhiya, people in the area are mostly pastoralists: a fragile economic activity that is susceptible to the recurrent droughts.  The ...
Our focus CISP's overall objective is to strengthen the agro-pastoralist and fishing communities' livelihood through an integrated approach that combines protection of livestock assets, improvement ...
... disadvantaged minority groups or to nomadic families. To address these issues, CISP's programme approach focuses on the neglected rural and remote areas, addresses the needs of nomadic pastoralists and ...
From 2009, as a part of its comprehensive program to support of the agro pastoralist communities in Galgaduud and Mudug, CISP has been putting additional effort in monitoring access to safe water for human ...
CISP's livelihood programme includes 2 components:     See CISP's resources on Livelihood
Our focus From 2009, as a part of its comprehensive program to support of the agro pastoralist communities in Galgaduud and Mudug, CISP has been putting additional effort in monitoring access ...
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 ...
... Moreover, rural households, in particular destitute pastoralists, are increasingly moving towards urban areas looking for access to services, creating the conditions for further conflicts over scarce resources. ...
... Muduug) to support the livelihoods of vulnerable people in the agro-pastoralist, fishing and IDPs communities, living within a situation of chronic conflict and political instability. CISP’s objective ...

 

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