Southern Africa

Southern Africa

Malawi is exposed recurrently to environmental disasters such as floods and droughts. A 2014 climate profiling exercise indicated an increase in prolonged dry spells, floods, heavy storms and hailstorms. This project is using the Farmers Field School approach, providing knowledge and hands-on skills to 172 800 individuals on several technical aspects including soil and water conservation, conservation agriculture, agroforestry, natural tree regeneration, gully reclamation, basin planting, post-harvest handling, bio-intensive backyard gardening, and food safety.
Commission Decision C(2017)6314 on the Annual Action Programme 2017 (Part 1) in favour of the Republic of Zambia to be financed from the 11th European Development Fund  
Commission Decision amending Commission Decision C(2015) 9123 on the individual measure in favour of the Republic of Namibia to be financed from the European Development Fund.
This project aims at increasing sanitation coverage through basic sanitation infrastructure and hygiene promotion.
The project aims at contributing to poverty reduction and improved livelihoods by providing access to safe water, increase hygiene awareness and increase access to safe sanitation in public places.
The project is mobilising, establishing and training community structures like mother groups and village committees to support girls' education, in particular those who dropped out of school.
A € 300 000 innovative waste management facility built and handed-over to local authorities. The facility will be serving approx. 200 000 citizens in Mzuzu and its surrounding areas. Benefits of having this facility are: a) Uncontrolled dump-site in another location will be closed, b) Opening business opportunities and generating sources of income for local entrepreneurs, c) Local business entrepreneurs trained, and business operators able to use the facility.
This project aims at increasing sanitation coverage through basic sanitation infrastructure and hygiene promotion. It also aims at improving the living conditions of people in 6 low income and peri-urban areas in Mzuzu City and improve the delivery of sanitation and hygiene services. The total amount of the project is €1 662 543 of which the EU is contributing €1 246 907. EU interventions in Malawi on Water, Sanitation, Hygiene and Waste Management add up to almost €45 Million since 2006, making the EU a key donor in the sector for the country.
This €1,6 M project aims to increase sanitation coverage through basic sanitation infrastructure and hygiene promotion. It also aims at improving the living conditions of people in 6 low income and peri-urban areas in Mzuzu City and improve the delivery of sanitation and hygiene services.
This project aims to contribute towards increased enrolment, retention and completion rates in secondary school particularly for female and other vulnerable students (OV). The project is mobilizing, establishing and training community structures to support girls education, in particular those who dropped out of school. Among the structures that have been established are; Mother groups, Area and Village Development Committees, Male Champions etc.  

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