Supporting people living with HIV to develop agro-pastoral activities in order to contribute to the nutrition of their family from their own production.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Socio-economic support for people living with HIV/AIDS is a hot topic in several AIDS associations. It is complementary to support psychological, food and medicine; one does not go without the other. It is when a person may meet his needs of food, Habitat, clothing but also its social needs itself without so far depend on the charity of others that it can recover its dignity. That said, it is clear that microenterprise education must go hand in hand with education to health.
How will this project solve this problem?
AAS decides to develop other initiatives including food production or the proceeds of the sale be used for nutritional support of our beneficiaries. We propose to support: 80 Families to expand it the garden garden home 25 families to develop family poultry 25 Orphans and vulnerable children will develop the seasonal fattening of sheep In total 130 families infected or affected with HIV/AIDS develop agro-pastoral activities in the town of Ouagadougou
Potential Long Term Impact
The project involves different elements of sustainability likely to extend the dynamic engaged beyond the funding period. The allocation of equipment and monitoring Training and installation support As it comes to accompany a dynamic allowing recipients of our centers to move from a situation of assisted (receive food supplies) to produce a part or all of the food that their family needs. Links will be made between beneficiaries and vocations or other activities will arise.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.