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July 2022

Information and Watch Newsletter: The Russo-Ukrainian crisis with worldwide humanitarian consequences

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June 2022

Call for proposals for local initiatives: Promotion of youth employment in local milk value chains in West Africa and Chad

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April 2022

4th Ordinary Session of the Steering committee, conclusions and décisions

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April 2022

Sahel and West Africa: 27.3 million of people in crisis phase ( 3-5), March-may 2022

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December 2021

Sahel and West Africa: 33.4 million people expected to face crisis or worse (phase 3-5) June-Aug 2022

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December 2021

Sahel and West Africa: 23.7 million people in crisis phase (3-5), Oct-Dec

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Did you know? Civil society’s commitment to the PREGEC Charter

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Did you know? Making nutrition a priority

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Réseau RPCA

RPCA

Funded by Global Affairs Canada, the project aims to reduce the burden of sanitation-related diseases and improve public health and maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) for 300 000 people living in the Upper East, Northern and Upper West Regions of Ghana. The project seeks to improve the availability and sustained use of affordable and improved latrines by introducing supply chain innovations in the sanitation and hygiene market. It works across 36 districts. Project activities include: 1) conducting an initial market assessment in targeted areas, and designing tailor-made and sustainable sanitation solutions and sound sanitation business models; 2) local sanitation entrepreneurs producing and selling over 60,000 improved latrines to rural Ghanaians; 3) developing and delivering outreach and awareness activities to promote improved health through safe sanitation and hygiene practices; 4) providing technical resources and skills training to 150 new and existing sanitation entrepreneurs (small businesses) and government officials in delivering market-based sanitation services; and (5) developing financial mechanisms to facilitate the acquisition of improved latrines for families.