DAPP Projects

This is an HIV/AIDS-related project which was funded by European Commission, and managed by Practical Action. Its aim was improve food security and livelihood resilience of 3,000 beneficiaries who are organised in 150 support groups for PLWHIV in Serenje and Mkushi Districts in the Central Province of Zambia by increasing their access to nutritious foods and essential services. The Project ran from January 2011 to December 2012. DAPP will continue activities to ensure sustainability for one year. Some key output results include: 154 Support Groups affiliated to the Project with 2,984 members; 2,931 people trained in positive living; 2975 PLHIV benefiting from pass on loans; 30 Community AIDS Task Forces (CATFs) mobilised and trained.

 

DAPP's Projects

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Run with support from Firelight Foundation, The Beit Trust, Croc Shoes, American Jewish World Service,...
Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the School WASH and Quality...
    The Zambia Family South Central (ZAMFAM SC) Project is a five-year project being...
The two projects were implemented in Mongu, Kaoma and Senanga Districts with funding and technical...
European Union supported enhancing quality of education through community school project Nearly, half...
DAPP in cooperation with WFP, is working with 2,700 small scale farmers in agricultural extension...
Mine-workers in the Southern African region have among the highest rates of tuberculosis (TB) in the...

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