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With access and availability to food compromised, many families have been forced to turn to negative coping strategies, including selling their livestock, eating seeds, deforestation, and more, which continuously increases their vulnerability, especially women, children, elderly and people with disabilities.
To help struggling families, Action Against Hunger launched a one-year food security project in Jean Rabel funded from the Swedish Development and International Cooperation Agency (SIDA), in order to support the community. The program was designed with local authorities and community leaders to determine the type of support needed, to ensure buy-in from the community, and to reach the people most in need.
The project aims to address both emergency needs and to build resilience and capacity in the communities. It provides:
With this project, Action Against Hunger aims to give communities the tools they need to become more resilient in the face of recurrent shocks.
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