Through FARMSE, Care is implementing a 36 months Project called Tidzidalire for the Ultra-Poor Households to graduate out of poverty and be self-reliant and food secure from July 2019 to June 2022..
The Gender Responsive Ultra Poor Graduation Project works to enhance resilience and sustainably graduate households, including at least 30% women headed households and 20% youth headed households from ultra-poverty. The project will contribute towards realization of FARMSE’s overall objective which is to reduce poverty, improve livelihoods and enhance the resilience of rural households on a sustainable basis through a consortium of Oxfam (lead and grant holder) and Christian Aid (consortium member and co-applicant.
Save the Children, a global leader in development and humanitarian programming worldwide, is in Malawi, working in six thematic areas as follows: Child Protection, Education, Health, Child Rights Governance, Child Poverty and Humanitarian. In partnership with CRECOM, SCI is implementing the Pathways for Successful Transition (PAST) project to graduate ultra-poor households, especially women-headed and youth and transition and sustain them into resilient livelihoods
The overall objective of the project is to graduating ultra-poor households into sustainable and resilient households. More specifically, the project is aimed at...
Through this project, World Relief aims to address the challenges facing ultra-poor households them helping them build up their social and financial capacity and skills to allow them to move out of and stay out of poverty.