Project Name Holistic Development Project Mon State in Myanmar, Phase 2 (1st year of a 2-year project) Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Project Objectives Promote the holistic growth/development of children and youth (physical, mental, social, and spiritual wellness) in target communities. Bring hope to the community, especially to the new generations during the conflict period. Beneficiaries Children and teachers, field leaders, youths No. of Beneficiaries 831 Key Activities Children’s education: 150 student education allowance for stationery and books, 3 teacher salary Youth development: holistic development training, living allowance for youths, leadership training. Health: health workshops, providing medicine, counselling workshops. Income generation: income-generating activities for women, animal husbandry training, and providing animals. Project
Category: Livelihood Development Projects
Project Name Holistic Development Project Karen State in Myanmar, Phase 2 (1st year of a 2-year project) Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Project Objectives Improve the living standard of Internally displaced persons(IDPs) in the target areas by house repairing, community farms, income-generating activities, and animal husbandry training. Secure the learning opportunity of the children and youth of poor families by providing education sponsorship and skill training. Beneficiaries Children and teachers, field leaders, youths No. of Beneficiaries 1,276 Key Activities House repairing: repair 20 IDP houses. Improve the economic status of IDPs: Income-generation activities for women, community farms and training, animal husbandry training Children and youth development: education sponsorship, counselling, and professional training
Project Name Holistic Development Project Kachin State in Myanmar, Phase 2 (1st year of a 2-year project) Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Project Objectives Promote community development among internally displaced persons in Myanmar. Enhance community resilience in the face of long-term conflict and the impact of disasters. Beneficiaries Internally displaced persons, orphans, community leaders, and church leaders No. of Beneficiaries 1,545 Key Activities Provide training for leaders to enhance their leadership skills and community development abilities. Offer educational sponsorship, professional training, and counselling for youth. Provide medication for influenza and diarrhoea, as well as public health education, to community residents. Additionally, offer agricultural and livestock skills training, and organise Bible study groups.
Project Name Holistic Development Project FMFF in Myanmar, Phase 2 (1st year of a 2-year project) Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Project Objectives Empower our partner as the coach and mentor of the community leaders (such as field coordinators) to be the facilitators of community development and sustainable farming in target areas. At least 5 local leaders (field coordinators) enable the local community to respond to local community issues and emergency response. Promote holistic development/ growth of the children and youth during the conflict period. Beneficiaries Children and teachers, field leaders, youths No. of Beneficiaries 374 Key Activities Field leaders training: leadership training, project management training, professional training. Sustainable farming: Agriculture training
Project Name Holistic Development Project Ayeyarwardy region in Myanmar, Phase 2 (1st year of a 2-year project) Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Project Objectives Improve the agriculture skills and knowledge of the local farmers by providing training, exposure trips, and running the community farm. Promote holistic development (physical, social, emotional, and spiritual) in the target villages, and mobilise the local churches actively involved in this project. Beneficiaries Children and teachers, field leaders, youths No. of Beneficiaries 1,700 Key Activities Youth development: professional training, child protection workshop. Farming: farming training, community farm, exposure trips. Economics: IGA for women and farmers Health: public health education, providing medicine Spiritual: church leadership program, Christian parenting education
Project Name Prevention of trafficking and exploitation of Women and Girls in the Adult Entertainment Sector Project Location Nepal Project Natures Anti-human Trafficking Livelihood Development Advocacy Project Objectives Lower the risk of human trafficking in the serving region Allow survivors of trafficking to live a dignified life in society. Beneficiaries Women and children in the serving region Women working in adult entertainment establishments No. of Beneficiaries 2,457 Key Activities Establish self-help groups for vulnerable communities. Establish two community anti-human trafficking support centres. Establish a self-help network composed of women working in adult entertainment establishments. Advocacy education for the rights of women working in adult entertainment establishments. Form a partnership network with other civil society organisations combating human trafficking.
PARIBARTAN – Climate change adaptation and transforming gender relationships in Patuakhali district, Bangladesh
Project Name PARIBARTAN – Climate change adaptation and transforming gender relationships in Patuakhali district, Bangladesh Project Location Bangladesh Project Natures Humanitarian Relief and Disaster Risk Reduction Livelihood Development Project Objectives Empowering communities to enhance their ability to resist disaster risks and climate change. Reducing gender-based violence and promoting gender equality through the practice of the Transforming Masculinities approach. Promoting climate-adaptive agricultural techniques and training to increase livelihood options. Beneficiaries Community members in 123 villages in the Kalapara region, including members of minority religious groups within the most vulnerable groups (such as farmers, fishermen, temporary workers, children, victims and survivors of gender-based violence, and people with disabilities) No. of Beneficiaries 3,815 Key Activities With the support of the local
Project Name FfF Soft Launch of Digital Monitoring Evaluation and Learning Device Project Location Zimbabwe Project Natures Livelihood Development Creation Care Project Objectives Improve training quality to encourage more farmers to adopt conservation farming methods and household financial management. Reduce the cost of outreach training. Beneficiaries Poor farmers in the communities of Shamva, Madziwa, and Chaminuka No. of Beneficiaries 1,200 Key Activities Provide mobile digital devices powered by solar energy to community trainers, equipped with uploaded training materials, videos, and images. Trainers use the mobile digital devices to deliver training on conservation farming methods and household financial management to farmers. Compared to using only books and printed images in the past, the use of replayable videos and images
Thriving communities through women’s economic empowerment, improved climate resilient livelihoods and the engagement of Civil Society Organisations in Ethiopia
Project Name Thriving communities through women’s economic empowerment, improved climate resilient livelihoods and the engagement of Civil Society Organisations in Ethiopia Project Location Ethiopia Project Natures Church and Community Mobilisation Livelihood Development Project Objectives Mobilise and enhance the outreach capacity of local churches to encourage believers to care for their neighbours and support vulnerable families in the community. Promote the adoption of conservation farming practices among local smallholder farming families, enabling sustainable agriculture and improving household food security. This will also help enhance their resilience in the face of natural disasters and the impacts of climate change. Beneficiaries Small farmers from impoverished families and local churches. No. of Beneficiaries Approx. 1,700 households and 12 churches. Key Activities Train
Project Name Resettling Internally Displaced Persons in Sadon Town, Kachin State, Myanmar Project Location Myanmar Project Natures Urban and Rural Development Livelihood Development Church and Community Mobilisation Project Objectives Optimise the basic living environment in new resettlement areas, including establishing safe drinking water systems, and connecting power and lighting systems. Organise community organisations to promote community participation. With the assistance of local churches and FMFF, mobilise community residents to organise community organisations and develop new resettlement areas. Beneficiaries Families of the Lisu ethnic group living in new resettlement areas Displaced persons within the country No. of Beneficiaries Approximately 45 Lisu families 350 internally displaced persons Key Activities Provide livelihood support (training, farm inputs, savings and loan groups, etc.),