Our Impact

Impact of AAH-I

Our Reach in 2018

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

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Farmers provided with technologies and inputs

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People received income from cash-for-assets initiatives

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People supported in enterprise development

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People sensitized on environment and energy

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Tree seedlings distributed to schools and communities

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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.

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Children under five treated

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Women attended 4th antenatal visit

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People received HIV Testing and Counselling services

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Births attended by a skilled health care worker

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Health professionals trained

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Health care facilities supported to deliver services

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People with access to safe water and sanitation facilities

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Million litres of water trucked and distributed to displaced populations

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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.

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Crisis affected individuals received emergency relief and recovery interventions

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

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Refugees, asylum seekers and internally displaced people relocated to safety

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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.

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

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People who received social and legal services support for SGBV