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According to her there are other PAMANA livelihood programs that will be implemented by the Tanjay local government unit, including the purchase of portable chicken dressing machines, cattle and goat, and construction of common facilities such as evacuation center, gymnasium, and multi-purpose building in Barangay San Miguel.
7 million and US$5 million were released for the enhancement of Foot and Mouth disease (FMD) control and the second phase of restoration of the livelihoods in Fata.
We want to assure the IDPs that President Duterte's administration continues to provide more business and livelihood opportunities through the DTI Negosyo Seminars being given to help them recover soon,' said Trade Secretary Ramon Lopez.
UCPB-CIIF Finance president Edgardo Amistad said the 94 percent collection rate indicated that most of the farmers earned enough from their livelihood projects last year.
UCPB-CIIF Finance President Edgardo Amistad said the high 94-percent collection rate would indicate most of the farmers earned enough from their livelihood projects last year to be able to repay their loans.
QUETTA -- Muslim Hands Regional Coordinator (MHRC), Mohammad Kashif Monday said 275 families had been trained in field of livestock for improving livelihoods respective areas of Tehisl Ziarat under MHRC project.
OWWA 12 Officer-in-Charge Marlyn Jamero said, some 891 livelihood grants were released under their Balik Pinas, Balik Hanapbuhay (BPBH) program in 2017.
The livelihood strategies of men and women also differ, particularly in the production of cacao and coffee in agroforests and the collection of NTFPs and fishing (Awono et al.
The United States is helping the government of Pakistan to improve the lives of residents in FATA through humanitarian assistance and housing, educational, and livelihood support to rebuild stable communities.
We thus conduct many such skill and livelihood generation workshops for our sisters.
Also discussed are mobility, migration, and translocality in livelihood studies.
It is estimated that about 50 million people rely on pastoralism for a major part of their livelihood in Sub-Saharan Africa, with around half of them located in the Sahel and the Saharan fringes, and 70 per cent classified as poor by the World Bank.