Democratic Republic of the Congo

Emergency multisectoral response in food assistance and non-food items to displaced and returnees in South Kivu and Maniema Provinces

Democratic Republic of the Congo Emergencies and disaster resilience
September 2019
February 2021

The proposed project aims to provide an immediate food, non-food items, WASH and AME response to people affected by crises and other shocks in eastern DRC through in kind distributins and also cash transfers. In addition, the project also has an early recovery component through the implementation of an agricultural recovery activity through the distribution of agricultural kits and the organization of awareness sessions. The project lasts 18 months and is being implemented in the provinces of South Kivu and Maniema. In total, ACTED targets 134,499 beneficiaries, 60% of whom are IDPs, representing 80,699 people.

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