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Building Resilient Communities in West Kordofan (BRICK)

The BRICK programme plans to build on the interventions currently supported by DG ECHO in three localities (Meriam, Abyei-Muglad, and Keilak) of West Kordofan by providing comprehensive multi-sectoral integrated intervention comprising health and nutrition, education, WASH and livelihood for the most vulnerable households and communities.

Main objectives

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to improve resilience of the most vulnerable households and communities in three localities of West Kordofan.
The specific objectives are:
- to improve the nutritional and health status of the population, particularly of women, adolescent girls and children under-five
- to improve the educational status of school-aged children especially girls
- to improve the food security of the most vulnerable households (especially those headed by women) and enhance rural livelihoods.

Contracts

UNICEF

EUR 6 000 000

BRICK Building resilient communities in West Kordofan - UNICEF

Concern Worldwide

EUR 4 000 000

BRICK Building resilient communities in West Kordofan -Concern

Action Fiche

2. MAALISKUUTA 2023
t05-eutf-hoa-sd-63_-_sudan_brick.pdf
English
(815.43 KB - PDF)
Lataa
Region and Country
Horn of Africa
Thematic
Strengthening resilience of communities
Partner
UNICEFConcern Worldwide

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