Kilwa District

Kilwa District Community Development Project

Inclusive Community Resilience

the project facilitates the formation of farmers' groups to increase their capacity, and support the community in organic farming and vegetable production. Also people are trained and supported on animal husbandry groups in pest and disease control which helps them upgrade local breeds for higher production. Additionally, farmer groups are linked with market actors to support agricultural crop and product development based on market availability.

Gender-based violence project

The project raise awareness about GBV/SRHR among women and girls. Paralegal units conducts psychosocial first aid activities for GBV survivors. Adolescents are educated on family planning and SRHR, and health providers are trained to provide specialized GBV services. The project also works on strengthening prevention systems and assistance mechanisms for survivors of domestic violence and improve access to effective protection from violence through sustainable delivery of general and specialist services through reporting mechanisms from the villages/wards to the district level.

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Nansen Food Security and Reduction of Hunger

This project began in July 2023 and operates in 7 villages, benefiting 400 people directly and 9,250 indirectly. Funded by Norwegian Church Aid through NORAD, The project's main focus is to reduce production costs through agricultural practices and alleviate poverty for small and marginal farmers/producers. It also aims to contribute to a common understanding of the major long-term trends and challenges that will determine the future of food security and nutrition, rural poverty, the efficiency of food systems, and the sustainability and resilience of rural livelihoods and agricultural systems