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In south-eastern Niger, ways of life that had managed to evade the effects of terror, displacement, and climate extremes fell victim to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020: Arable and livestock farms are barely functioning, and nutrition and hygiene are getting worse. In this project, WHH expands the WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene) aspects of the COVID-19 protective measures it began implementing in 2020, now also focussing on the economic effects of the pandemic. Women, in particular, receive support for restarting their agricultural production, livestock farming, and small businesses.

May 2021

First Introduction

Apr 2022

End of Project

€ 5,000

Project Budget 2022

€ 825,546

Total Project Budget

  • Humanitarian Assistance

  • Agriculture & Environment

  • Nutrition

  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

  • Economic Development

  • Civil Society & Empowerment

Partner on site

    Financing partner

    • BMZ