Asset Based Community Driven Development
The project has increased access to crop seeds for farmers, land acreage under cultivation, household income through sale of surplus food produced and cash management from crop sale. It has also improved farming practices through practicing conservation agriculture, reducing food losses through post-harvest losses management , improved household nutrition, increased vegetable and medicinal plants production.
The project has also seen improvement in fish and vegetable preservation methods, increasing asset ownership at household level, improved small livestock production and management, improved local tool production for agriculture, increased community resilience through implementing CMDRR Plans and practices
The project will also achieve the following by the end of the project period; Reduced the walking distance to the water point to a maximum of 500metres, reduced incidence of water borne illnesses and communicable diseases, reduced conflict resulting from competition over water points, improved water governance, increased number of households with pit latrines to reach a toilet coverage of 40% within the community.