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Community / Land projects / Counterpart 507240 Agencia de Desenvolvi

Counterpart 507240 Agencia de Desenvolvi


05/21 - 11/21


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Association for Local Economic Development - Cabo Delgado (ADEL - CD) is an agency for the Local Economic Development of Cabo Delgado Province, it is a legal body governed by private, non-profit organization with legal personality that carries out its activities in accordance with its constitution and other legislation. Mission: To encourage entrepreneurship in production and income generation, centered on the person as a conducting factor for wealth and well-being. Focus: Access to Information, Community / Customary LandRights, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Governance, Land <(>&<)> Natural Resource ADEL-CD is a grassroots organizationbased in Cabo Delgado and long-term Oxfam partner during the 2019 cyclone Kenneth emergency response and COVID-19. ADEL is expert in WASH and in Food Security. ADEL is a local organization focusing on Access to Information, Community/ Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Environmental Justice, Governance, Land <(>&<)> Natural Resources and has been involvedin humanitarian response activities in partnership with national and international organizations. ADEL's intervention will focus in 2 areas namely: 1. WASH: inMetuge district in 2 resettlement camps (Nicavaco and Ntokota). ADEL will build 6 water sources: 2 water systems (1 in each resettlement camp) and 4 boreholes (2 in each camp). The objective is to improve access to water to the people (IDPs) resettled due to armed conflict. to complement access to water, ADEL will promote best hygiene and sanitation practices to prevent waterborne diseases. The promotion of hygiene will be made by the local water committees compose by the local IDPs and volunteers. The total number of beneficiaries will 20. 000 IDPs and surrounding communities. 2. Food Securityand Livelihood: in Montepuez District in 2 resettlement camps (Mirate and Ntele) focus in Food security, by providing agriculture inputs to at least 3.000 households, approximately 1benefiting 5.000 people. The objective of this activity is to guarantee food and build resilience to the IDPs. The inputs distribution willbe made by local volunteers. The inputs (machetes, hoes, seeds) will be distributed 2 kits for each household.