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300 members of local women's groups will directly benefit from the growth and financial security that the café will offer. Indirectly, 2,000 locals will have access to affordable and nutritious food
18,950 people will directly benefit from the provision of safe water. 32,000 people will indirectly benefit through better awareness of safe hygiene and sanitation.
Around 11,000 people living in very poor communities will be more resilient to floods. 33,000 people will benefit indirectly from emergency planning and awareness-raising activities
1,000 people in Carrefour Feuilles will benefit directly from an increased volume of crops and improved skills, while an estimated 20,000 will benefit from access to locally produced food.
27,000 people will benefit from better water facilities
82,000 people will benefit from hygiene and safe sanitation promotion
1,500 women will be trained to run their own businesses and access new markets.
9,000 more people could benefit from casual work and health awareness activities.
Over three years, 3,600 people will receive training to restore their farms and improve their income. Improved water supplies, roads, and market access will benefit 10,000 more people.
Around 2,000 people will be able to grow more, process crops and increase opportunities.
50,000 olive-farming families could benefit indirectly.
More than 800 people will benefit from training and joining co-operatives.
Indirectly, 2,000 people will benefit from training and improved supplies of produce.
35,000 women will have greater support and legal protection.
800,000 people will benefit indirectly from the anti-violence 'We Can' campaign.
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