Vouchers enable access to items that meet the specific needs of individual households while reaching thousands of people.
Families displaced by armed conflict seek new ways to earn money in host communities that struggle with influx of new residents.
After agreeing to the payment system, a shop owner watched her customer base expand while she learned new skills and served displaced persons.
Proper diagnoses, medications and follow-up services enable families to improve their childrens’ health and enrich their lives.
In addition to receiving medical evaluation and assistance, participants can grow businesses with small grants that help them enter the marketplace.
Along with offering financial services that include lending opportunities, savings groups also foster trust and cooperation within communities.
With an influx of displaced people into villages, peace ambassadors help new and existing community members understand each other to avoid conflict.
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.