Programs

 OUR PROJECTS/PROGRAMS- TO REDUCE HUMAN SUFFERING.

FIG.1 Food SecurityLivelihood support for women

Aim to promote food security among the most vulnerable population groups, thus guaranteeing their food security in the short, medium and long-term towards sustainability. As food security is itself a complex issue with many interwoven drivers, IIMGC recognizes the importance of strong contextual assessments and the adaptation and combination of appropriate gender-sensitive interventions to achieve lasting impact on food security, nutrition, and livelihoods as well as Stoves And Safe Energy For Cooking (SAFE), safety during cooking and, addressing the various risks associated with cooking and access to energy.

 IIMGC IDENTIFIES THESE AS THE DRIVERS:
  • Food Security & Livelihood
  • Protection- Gender Mainstreaming
  • Education
  • Health
  • Water
  • SAFE
Since 2014 IIMGC-findings, discovered several vulnerable remote communities were without adequate food, health, water and education for most children especially the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP). IIMGC wishes to support and partner will reliable international organizations who are interested in a partnership with IIMGC to help reduce the human sufferings.
Several communities were found to lack water, food security and education. In some of these communities, children attend under the tree schooling, some lack water, and food insecurity is a major problem in almost all the targeted communities.
 There is a solution to end these problems and bring permanent impact on the beneficiaries and the targeted communities.

Proposed Project Status: Ongoing Seeking for crowdfunding support/ ideas and grants

Targeted Beneficiaries: IDP and Host Communities including Returnees
Areas of Intervention:
1 -Seed Grant for Women and Skill acquisition:
  1. Livelihood support for women Farmers
  2. Skill Aquisition -Training on how to make Washable Pad/Soap/Cream/Aromatic Oil/ beauty product, and sewing etc.
  3. Gender Mainstreaming training and campaign

2-Health:

  1. WASH
  2. Provision of Vitamins for Pregnant and Lactating Women (PLW)

3-Water:

  1. Provision Water Boreholes/Well
4-Education:
  1. Training of Teachers (TOT)

5- SAFE:

  1. Stoves And Safe Energy For Cooking (SAFE), safety during cooking and, addressing the various risks associated with cooking and access to energy
Project Duration: 1 Year.
Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E): Will be conducted periodically throughout the project lifecycle
Amount: $3,750000 (Three Million Seven hundred and fifty thousand USD)
Humans, crops, and livestock need water to grow. Access to adequate food in the rural areas of many developing countries depends heavily on access to natural resources, including water, that is necessary to produce food.
  • Through this project, IIMGC will provide and support beneficiaries to earn a secure living through seed grants for women farmers and skill acquisition.
  • IIMGC will tackle discrimination against women and girls and also help girls who stay away from school due to the menstrual cycle. A UNESCO report estimates that one in ten girls in Sub-Saharan Africa misses school during their menstrual cycle. By estimates, this equals as much as twenty percent of a given school. IIMGC will support and teach about menstrual pads and will provide the reusable/washable pad and how to make them. The provision of safe feminine hygiene solutions directly decreases dropout rates for girls that have reached menstruation.
  • Your support of this project will provide a lasting impact for women and provide quality washable sanitary pads and the importance of reproductive health, hygiene, food security, access to clean water, skill training and livelihood support. Disabled children and women will also be reached so that no one is left behind.
  • IIMGC will provide training access to hygienic toilets and clean drinking water; to ensure a safe and engaging environment for children for the IDPs/Host communities
  • IIMGC will provide important professional training support for teachers to inspire their students.
  • Skill Aquisition and livelihood security will provide inclusion for women
  • Women will also be introduced to SAFE training and support.
IIMGC-Humanitarian Support-
Inspired by our mission objectives and guided by our values, we envisage a caring world where communities are empowered, social obligations are fulfilled and human suffering is reduced.
IIMGC strive to reduce the impact of conflicts and natural disasters by:
• Empowering local communities to emerge from poverty and vulnerability through the holistic approach.
• Support vulnerable and remote communities and encourage people to voice their needs and to address the root causes of poverty.
• Strengthen our core values by fully implementing new projects, shaping our global policies and priorities, and meeting quality standards.
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