The SADO Organization is implementing a project improving food availability and access for food-insecure populations in Bay, Lower Juba and Gedo region with investment in livelihoods projects with ACTED. SADO is implementing UCT, CFW, Nutrition, hygiene, and protection sensitization sessions in Kismayo, Bardera and Ceel-waaq towns.
The project aims to increase food availability and improve economic food access for a total of 3,500 households in Kismayu district through both conditional and unconditional cash transfers coupled with some complimentary activities.
Under the CFW scheme the beneficiaries are involved in the rehabilitation of key productive livelihood assets, the project’s inputs have been converted into outputs and results, in addition to extracting lessons learned which can be taken into consideration in the design of future similar projects.
Host community and IDP’s sites beneficiaries engaged in the 1st cycle garbage collection/removal from IDP’s sites while in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th cycles the beneficiaries were involved in feeder roads rehabilitation.
In the rural areas; the beneficiaries involved in water catchment desilting and feeder roads expansion for the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th cycles of CFW activities.
The UCT beneficiaries received 4 cycles of unconditional cash transfer, they have received the 4th cycle entitlements on 25th April 2019.