FEED THE FUTURE NIGERIA LIVELIHOODS PROJECT
FEED THE FUTURE NIGERIA LIVELIHOODS PROJECT.
Feed the Future is a 5 year (2013-2018), $20M USAID funded intervention targeted at growing local economies and improving livelihoods of over 42,000 households who are mostly small holder farmers and vulnerable members of the communities cutting across 3 states of Sokoto, FCT and Kebbi. The Project is being managed by Catholic Relief Services with 8 other indigenous CSOs as sub-grantees. The Project comprises 4 intermediate results (IR) areas namely:
2. Income Generation
4. Cash Transfer/ Governance and Livelihoods.
The African Centre for Leadership, Strategy and Development is implementing the Nutrition and Cash Transfer/Governance/Livelihoods components of the Project in Birnin-Kebbi LGA of Kebbi State. Our work has helped to improve the standard of living of the over 1,222 households we work with in Kebbi state through our Cash Transfer and Livelihoods interventions as well as enhancing their nutritional status. We have also helped to improve the LGAs capacity by strengthening their organizational capacity and managerial competencies.
The Specific objectives of our mandates is to eventually lift the beneficiaries especially the very vulnerable members out of poverty by guiding through the processes of livelihoods planning, economic empowerment and improving their nutritional status.