Impact of AAH-I

Under Strategic Objective 1: Developing, promoting and implementing innovative entrepreneurial and sustainable livelihood programmes.

Farmers provided with technologies and inputs

People received income from cash-for-assets initiatives

People supported in enterprise development

People sensitized on environment and energy

Tree seedlings distributed to schools and communities

Trees planted and over 170 hectares of woodlots established

Under Strategic Objective 2: Designing and delivering sustainable basic services in partnership with livelihood-challenged communities.

Children under five treated

Women attended 4th antenatal visit

People received HIV Testing and Counselling services

Births attended by a skilled health care worker

Health professionals trained

Health care facilities supported to deliver services

People with access to safe water and sanitation facilities

Million litres of water trucked and distributed to displaced populations

Students successfully graduated from vocational and technical skills training (completion and receipt of certification)

Under Strategic Objective 3: Facilitating humanitarian relief and recovery programmes for displaced and returnee populations to attain sustainable resettlements.

Crisis affected individuals received emergency relief and recovery interventions

People received basic humanitarian services (primary health care, food and shelter)

Refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people relocated to safety

Vehicles and motorized equipment for humanitarian operations maintained (vans, trucks, buses, tractors, motorbikes, generators, speed boats, trimmers, etc.)

Under Strategic Objective 4: Strengthening the capacity of implementing partners for sustained service delivery and governance.

Community leaders, social workers, paralegals trained on leadership and governance in order to strengthen community structures for effective service delivery.

People who received social and legal services support for SGBV