Livelihood is very essential for the wellbeing of refugees and this can increase human security because economic activities help to recreate social and economic interdependence within and between communities, and can restore social networks based on the exchange of labour, assets and food.
4820 people benefited from our livelihoods activities.
Livelihood interventions must be undertaken in combination with other sectors ( Social Stability, WASh and Protection).
Our livelihoods work focuses on the following areas:
- Youth led market assessments
- Vocational Training
- Cash for Work and income generation.