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Capacity Building and Social Development for Rural Community mainly women
- Capacity Building and Social Development for Rural Community mainly women
- WISA will ensure that seven Non-Formal Education centres have been established and enrolled 4500 school-aged children to attend their primary education (grades 1-3) and are transferred to the government after some improvement.
- One standardized formal primary school is to be constructed and handed over to the government. The school, in its regular session, can accommodate 400-500 out-of-school children.
- Over 1000 children will have joined standard five after completing the first cycle of primary education in these centres.
- Nine facilitators (who have completed high school education) will have been recruited, trained on teaching methodology and employed by the local community to teach in the schools.
- The non-formal schools will have been supported by availing books, stationery and facilitators allowance in addition to technical supports in monitoring and management.
- Training on Community based risk management techniques will be given for communities in risk-prone areas to plan and realize their potential for development with their local resources. WISA will establish an early warning committee that regularly assesses risks and signal the concerns.
- Relief assistance for 1925 families in 14 Rural Villages (PAs) (about 3673 quintals of cereals, 10000 different farm tools, 400 farm oxen, 199 sheep and 3000 goats) will be provided during the drought emergency in the districts.