Resilience & Community development
Resilience & Community Development
In many sub-Saharan countries, social unrest, and political instability, coupled with environmental degradation (droughts, floods, deforestation, locusts) without leaving behind the effects of COVID-19 remain the drivers of poverty. They destroy the livelihoods of the population and increases population displacement. It disorganizes both local and international markets, which in turn affects people’s ability to produce, access, utilize or
We design resilient and community development programs set to build resilient rural economies for prosperous communities. Our implementing strategies are set to engage governments and communities for adaptive measures to prevent shocks and setting up resilient solutions to build their resilience to climate change, conflict.
Our programs aim to create a healthier natural environment through afforestation, soil fertility measures and water management. furthermore, the construction or rehabilitation of basic infrastructures such as roads, bridges, schools, marketplaces, and community granaries and the provision of alternative source of energy reduces the risks and impact of climate shocks, increase food productivity, and strengthen resilience to disasters over time.
At HCI-Maendeleo, strengthen communities capacities to enrich millions of vulnerable people with resilient and sustainable solutions to food and livelihood security.
Part of our programs, we design, implement, and evaluate the impact of what we do through gender leans, community involvement and improved livelihood.