News and Stories: Cameroon
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With an initial investment and training in small livestock business, families improve their homes and health over the course of one year.
Access to health providers, transportation, business start-ups are among the services that also strengthen caregiver capacity.
The service with a focus on children also supports families as they navigate HIV-related health and economic challenges.
With nutrient-rich food and household supplies, families regain time to focus on improving their lives and educating their children.
Smart card vouchers allow participants to make purchase decisions based on their specific needs.
CRS and local partners offer improved, consistent care as part of a poverty-alleviation project.
A CRS project provides local a support system that enables participants to reduce the effects of disease and maintain a healthy life.
Electronic vouchers offer flexibility and choice while helping participants increase their community’s economic resilience.
Vouchers offer families choices that enable them to meet their specific needs.
A CRS program helps shop owners to better serve customers during conflict that threatened livelihoods, and access to basic food and household items.