Since 2009 Cesvi works in Sofala Province supporting rural development and strengthening agricultural systems involving local farmers’ associations, implementing projects funded by the EU and by the Italian Cooperation.
In order to respond to the cyclone IDAI emergency, Cesvi scaled up its activities, in collaboration with the Alliance2015 consortium partners Concern and Welthungerhilfe, which are now operating under Cesvi flag in Beira and Nhamatanda.
Following joint assessments Cesvi, Concern and Welthungerhilfe have distributed Shelter/NFI/Wash Kits along with Seeds/tools and a seed protection ration to approx. 8,500 HH in Nhamatanda district, funded respectively by Concern, Welthungerhilfe, IOM, UNICEF, FAO and WFP.
Currently the consortium is implementing an ECHO/Irish Aid/Alliance2015 transition and early recovery programme covering WASH and emergency shelter.
Food Security and livelihood activities are undergoing funded with own funds of the consortium and Valencia Municipality
Furthermore, Cesvi is expected to apply for additional funds or call for proposals, in accordance with the country strategy.
The commitment so far is expected to last until mid-2020.
The collaboration will start in December 2019.
The Country Administrator (CA) will report to the Head of Mission (HoM) and functionally to the Regional Administrator (RA):
Cesvi has a zero tolerance approach to any harm to, or exploitation of, a child or a vulnerable adult by any of our staff, representatives or partners.
Cesvi commitment to being a safe organization begins with the staff recruitment process which includes meticulous checks, such as criminal records checks or check disclosure of previous convictions, to ensure children and vulnerable people are safeguarded and abuse is prevented. Safeguarding checks are part of the selection process performance.
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