Central African Republic

Food security response for displaced persons and the host population of Ippy through support for market gardening and food crops

Central African Republic Humanitarian Action
May 2022
April 2023

This project aims to meet the food security needs of the host and displaced populations of Ippy (Ouaka). It will provide support in market gardening to 500 host households, food crops to 500 host households, and community gardens to 2500 households in the IDP sites. This support will be provided over 12 months through training, distribution of seeds and agricultural kits. In total, 3,500 households will benefit from the activity, representing 21,000 people.

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Food security response for displaced persons and the host population of Ippy through support for market gardening and food crops