The project funded by AWO International seeks to improve agricultural productivity, consumption of micronutrient-rich foods, utilization of community-based nutrition and FP/SRHR services and reduce household vulnerability to human trafficking among smallholder agro-pastrol households at risk of human trafficking of Nabilatuk and Napak Districts, Karamoja Region. The project works in remote and underserved communities targeting 6 villages i.e. Napayan, Nakudep and Napongae South located in 2 parishes of Lokaala and Nakobekobe in the subcounty of Nabilatuk in Nabilatuk District and Naturumurum ,Loyep camp, Lomaratoit is located in 3 parishes of Tepeth ,Namendera and Iriri in the sub-county of Iriri in Napak district.
Agro-pastoral communities at risk of human trafficking in Nabilatuk and Napak districts have improved livelihoods, food security and nutrition and are resilient to the effects of climate change.
Communities have increased food and nutrition security and are resilient to the effects of climate change
Agro-pastrol households at risk of human trafficking have increased incomes and enhanced livelihoods.
The household vulnerability for human trafficking risks and unmet need for family planning among Agro-pastrol communities is reduced.
Project target groups and stakeholders
The project benefits directly 240 households comprising of 1440 direct beneficiaries and indirect beneficiaries which include other community members ,local government district and sub county officials ,community based organisations ,community women and youth groups ,among others who are estimated to be 3460.
Conduct community awareness sessions on child trafficking
Conduct quarterly radio talk shows for mass awareness targeting project areas
Provide platforms through project activities for VHTs and Health workers to provide and deliver FP, SRHR, Nutrition services both at facility and community level
Establish and train 5 child SCREAM clubs to advocate against human trafficking in 5 schools