Al-Massar supports displaced people and returnees in North Darfur with food security projects

Al-Massar supports displaced people and returnees in North Darfur with food security projects 

 

 Al-Massar charityorganization fornomads development provided a project to improve food security and livelihoods for IDPs, returnees and host communities affected by the North Darfur State with a grant from Practical Action and a partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture of the State. Where the project started from January last year and continues until the end of June this year The Secretary-General of the course, Mr. Osman Hussein Abu Bakr that the project targeted the number of 2500 displaced and returnees from communities affected from tawella locality in  North Darfur The project also includes activities that include 5 kg of corn, 10 kg of peanut, 100 gram per family for 2400 families of displaced persons, returnees and affected communities, and ownership of agricultural aids and tools for 1200 displaced families, returnees and affected communities as well as training 50 farmer families with agricultural extension and 100 families of displaced persons, returnees and host families affected by sheep to contribute to livelihoods, at 3 per family.