With an increasing population but less food being grown, food prices are soaring, leaving millions of families at risk of going to bed hungry. We can stop this! to demand the government to invest in the farmers who grow our food.
Our sustainable livelihoods program has a differentiated approach, combining resilient livelihoods with market led livelihood interventions to transition the chronically poor to the stage where they become economically active and capable of engaging in influencing activities.
The goal of Work in Progress is to improve the economic prospects of young people in Nigeria, Egypt and Somalia by building their skills to find a job and stimulating entrepreneurship. The project uses a holistic approach to tackle youth unemployment by focusing on both the supply and the demand...
They are self-selected 15 to 25 individuals who meet regularly (usually weekly or fortnightly) to save and, if desired, borrow for short periods, paying monthly interest at a rate set by the group. After approximately 12 months, all savings and earnings are distributed back to group members.