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Strengthen PSNP4 Institutions and Resilience (SPIR) Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) Year IV Annual Performance & Year V Annual Plan Review Meeting conducted.

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ORDA has been implementing the Fourth Productive safety net program component four, the strengthening of institutions and resilience building of the community through the Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) project for the last 4 years. Among these programs, Development Food Security Activity (DFSA) project is being implemented by CARE, World Vision & ORDA with a total allocated budget cost of $86.6 million USD which is kindly donated by the Government and the People of America through USAID. The project is aimed at enhancing livelihoods, increasing resilience to shocks, and improves food security and nutrition for rural households vulnerable to food insecurity. The Project is implemented in nine Woredas, of the Amhara region known as Meket, Wadla, Gazo, Lasta, Bugna, Dahina, Sekota, Tsagibiji, and Gazgibla woredas.

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The project runs from 2016 to 2021, and it has achieved livelihood improvement in rural households for the last four years by engaging in activities like animal fattening, potable water schemes & irrigation infrastructure construction.

The project workshop conducted from 12 – 13 December 2020 in Lalibela town. As stated in the workshop, the project built 8 small-scale irrigations, 23 water schemes, 4 health posts, 4 veterinary clinics, and other infrastructures in the 2020 fiscal year alone. In the way forward, it has been planned to do all scheduled activities based on their allocated time and budget.

In the workshop, ORDA’s deputy directors, concerned managers, and project officers have participated.


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