Bangladesh Multi-Year Assistance Program (MYAP), "Nobo Jibon"

on Agriculture, Disaster Management, and Health by Save the Children

Bangladesh Multi-Year Assistance Program (MYAP), "Nobo Jibon"

on Agriculture, Disaster Management, and Health by Save the Children

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Nobo Jibon seeks to reduce food insecurity and vulnerability for 191,000 households (direct beneficiaries) in nine upazilas of Barisal Division in southern Bangladesh over five years. Indirect benefits will be felt throughout the Barisal Division as a result of broader disaster early warning and response capacity, advocacy for improved government nutrition policies, and economic impacts of strengthened value chains. Amongst its interventions, Nobo Jibon will reach approximately 89% of the total population in the selected operational area.

CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES

Gender, Disaster risk reduction (DRR), Nutrition

LOCATION

  • Barisal, Bangladesh

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Project timeline

13 months left

06/01/2010

05/31/2015

Project budget

24,992,600

International Partners

Helen Keller International, International Development Enterprise, World Fish Center

Local Partners

Community Development Centre (CODEC), GUP, SANGRAM, Sangkalpa Trust, South Asia Partnership (SAP-Bangladesh), Speed Trust

People reached

955000

Contact information

John Meyer
MYAP Chief of Party

jmeyer@savechildren.org

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