Food Security and Livelihood​

Our livelihood and food security programme is designed to address the root causes of hunger/poverty by responding to emergencies and long-term development interventions that focus on tackling the problems of access, income and production.

The main objective is to improve access to food and income by improving livestock and crop production and productivity, micro-enterprise and skill development.

The programme includes: cash transfer, micro-enterprise development, livestock intervention like restocking, veterinary support, fodder provision for recovery purposes and fodder production for sustainability. We also focus on agricultural inputs like seeds and tools, irrigation facility development, skill and capacity development, value chain development to pull out the poor out of poverty 130,000 people have benefited on this project during the year 2018.