rehabilitation

rehabilitation

PROACT activities aim to reduce food insecurity in a timely manner, helping the most vulnerable groups recover from crises and and build long-term food and nutrition security (FNS).
Through the Pro-resilience Action(PROACT), the EU is engaged in reducing food insecurity in a timely manner, helping the most vulnerable groups recover from crises and facilitating the phasing out of humanitarian assistance and build long-term food and nutrition security (FNS). ProACT intervention is developed around two main objectives:
Pro-resilience action (PRO-ACT) project in South Sudan: communities in Upper Nile benefit from farmer field schools (FFS) through learning modern agronomic practices and enhanced food security and livelihood practices.
Le projet est une réponse de l'UE à la demande du Gouvernement du Burundi à la suite de l'incendie du marché central de Bujumbura le 27 janvier 2013. Il vise à relancer les activités commerciales  en augmentant la salubrité et la sécurité de 7 petits marchés périphériques à Bujumbura. Le marché central de Bujumbura comptait 5 000 places de vente, avant sa destruction. La plupart des commerçants ont perdu leurs capitaux et tous ont perdu leurs points de vente.
Community Based Social Service Rehabilitation Centres for Children with Disabilities in Tajikistan Bringing Children with Disabilities into Tajik Society
The project George Price Highway Rehabilitation aims to improve the road connectivity within Belize’s main districts and with Central America by rehabilitating the George Price Highway road infrastructure between miles 47.9 in Belmopan and 67.3 in Santa Elena to national standards, decreasing travel time and costs, reducing road fatalities and injuries, and ensuring road accessibility by improving the corridor’s climate change resilience.
<p>Following the destructive cyclone SIDR of 15 November 2007 these fishermen lost their livelihood due to the total destruction of their fishing boat. The donation of a replacement boat enabled them to recover their livelihood.</p>
Following the destructive cyclone SIDR of 15 November 2007 this family lost part of their livelihood due to the death of their milking cow. The donation of a replacement heifer will help the family to recover its livelihood.
Following the devastating cyclone SIDR of 15 November 2007, this Hindu family lost its livelihood based on betle leaf farming. The cash contribution has contributed to recovering their livelihood.

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