Ensuring children have access to and the basic materials for an education, especially girls who are less likely to attend school. This includes nursery, primary and secondary school aged children who in semi-nomadic communities often forgo education.
Providing people will access to clean water through the construction of water infrastructure such as a borehole which are sunk deep into the ground to reach the water table for people who may be semi-nomadic and reliant on livestock.
What a child eats today will have a striking and lasting impact on his or her physical and mental health into adulthood. It is essential and crucial that food of nutritional value is provided to help children grow and develop physically and at school
Access to health services is severely restricted in the areas we support and includes mobile clinics and a primary health care programmes that ensure even the remotest communities are able to benefit from health care and medical services.
People have access to health care and medical services through mobile clinics & primary health care.
People have access to clean water for themselves their livestock and to support agriculture.
Children of all ages have access to high quality education and nutritional food when at school.