Category: Beneficiaries

Community Managed Targeting – Tanzania

DFID commissioned an evaluation of the community–managed targeting programme in Singida and Dodoma regions of Central Tanzania in May 1999.

Issue 7, July 1999 (page 20)

Comparative Experiences of Community Managed Targeting in Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Malawi

Summary of an evaluation by Save the Children UK and Tulane University reviewing their experiences of utilising the Community Managed Targeting Distribution (CMTD) approach in Southern Africa.

Issue 23, November 2004 (page 22)

Crop failure in Dalocha, Ethiopia: a Participatory Emergency Response:

Howell. P (1998), Disasters, Volume 22, No 1, March 1998, pp57-76 The following is a summary of a paper recently published in Disasters. The views expressed are those of the author. .

Issue 4, June 1998 (page 7)

Donkey feeding in IDP camps in Darfur (Special Supplement 3)

According to the UN, the number of war-affected people in greater Darfur was about 2.5 million in July 2004, of whom 85% were IDPs.

Supplement 3, March 2006 (page 52)

Impact of community mobilisation activities in Uganda

In July 2006, ACF-USA implemented an out-patient programme for the treatment of severely malnourished children in the main internally displaced people (IDP) camps of the districts of Lira and Apac, Northern Uganda.

Issue 34, October 2008 (page 15)

Junior Farmer Field Life Schools in Namibia

Kiwan Cato was introduced to the JFFLS initiative while serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer Leader in Northern Namibia, 2005.

Issue 29, December 2006 (page 19)

Letter on community mobilisation in outpatient management of severe malnutrition, by Saul Guerrero and Steve Collins

Letters.

Issue 29, December 2006 (page 37)

Milling vouchers in Dafur to optomise food aid

Global food aid deliveries reached a record low in 2007. They declined by 15% to 5.9 million tons, the lowest level since 1961.

Issue 34, October 2008 (page 4)

On the ground perceptions of WFP food assistance and PMTCT in Zambia

Summary of a qualitative study.

Issue 25, May 2005 (page 14)

Participation by the Affected Population in Relief Operations

Draft report for ALNAP.

Issue 7, July 1999 (page 24)

Refugee perceptions of quality of healthcare

The findings of a participatory assessment of Burundian and Rwandan refugee perceptions of the quality of health services in camps in Ngara, Tanzania is reported in a recent article in Disasters.

Issue 27, March 2006 (page 11)

Study on hygiene practices and market chain of milk and milk products in Somalia

Since 2006, Vétérinaires Sans Frontières - Germany (VSF) has implemented several projects in Somalia. The VSF strategy focuses mainly on improving food security and value chain development. Past interventions have achieved significant improvements in supporting the production of ‘safer’ milk and compliance with minimum standards in milk marketing.

Issue 39, September 2010 (page 24)

Therapeutic Feeding in an Insecure Area

Liberia has a history of virtually continuous civil war since 1989. Some say that 75% of the population of 2 million are or have been displaced during that time. The most recent agreement between the warring factions (Abuja Accord 2, signed in August 1996) allowed for disarmament (Nov. 22 '96 to Jan. 31 '97) followed by elections which resulted in the election of Charles Taylor as President.

Issue 2, August 1997 (page 17)

Transforming awareness and training into effective CMAM Performance

In February 2011, Action Against Hunger ACF International (ACF) began supporting a sustainable approach to integration of community-based management of acute malnutrition (CMAM) in three Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Yobe State, Nigeria.

Issue 45, May 2013 (page 43)