CARE

3 contracts for a total amount of EUR 15 940 000

Projects

Total 1

News & Stories

Jennifer Dudu at her fish stall in Ofua 3 market, Rhino camp ©Tumuhairwe Diana Sharone/GIZ
NEWS | 23 June 2021

Keeping refugees hope alive thanks to saving groups

In Uganda, the “Response to Increased Demand on Government Services and Creation of Economic Opportunities (RISE)” project supports farmer groups through the Village Saving and Loans Associations (VSLA) approach to enable greater resilience and self-reliance among both refugee and host communities.

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For several decades, access to clean safe drinking water was a nightmare for the community members of Abore village in Somalia.BORESHA
NEWS | 21 September 2020

How the BORESHA programme is supporting access to water in cross-border regions in the Horn of Africa

By Maslah Mumin | BORESHA Project - "The long journey for water"

Issack Liban is a 56-year-old chief from Abore village in Gedo Region of Somalia who has worked tirelessly to lobby for the construction of a water reservoir for his village. For vulnerable and conflict-affected populations residing...

Using Radio for Community Sensitization on COVID-19EU
NEWS | 20 July 2020

Horn of Africa: Using radio to reach remote cross-border communities, to share and discuss reliable information on COVID-19

By Maslah Mumin | BORESHA Project

In the age of Internet, cell phone and television, radio remains a powerful way for people to connect, learn and discuss issues. Sometimes it is overlooked as a communication tool, however, radio plays a key role in isolated communities across the world,...

According to Kaltuma Abdulaiman, the school head teacher the few trees planted are not enough to provide shade from the scorching sun.Boresha
NEWS | 03 March 2020

We Have Passion For Planting Trees But Our Challenge Is Lack Of Water

by Job Mainye | BORESHA Project

Mandera Township Primary School is located along the Somali-Kenya boarder with a population of 937 pupils. The school has been experiencing water shortage and also lack of enough water storage facilities. The institution is located far from the main source river Dawa, a perennial...