Name of legal entity providing references: FAO
Detailed project description: The Pro-Resilience Action project contributes to FAO Strategic Objective 5 (increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises) and the project activities in Yemen aim to meet the immediate needs of vulnerable households impacted by crises, while also contributing to their longer-term coping mechanisms.
The Global Network against Food Crises (GNFC) Partnership Programme in Yemen, project is to “Enhance household and community resilience in targeted locations in Yemen” by helping affected households (HHs) meet their immediate needs while at the same time addressing medium to long term needs to enable them to recover, rebuild and restore their agricultural livelihoods and resilience. Two districts were identified for implementation, Al Haimah Al Kharijia district in Sana’a governorate, and Hajr district in Hadhramout governorate. As per the project document, in each district 440 HHs would benefit from Cash+ and 560 HHs would be involved in cash-for-work (CFW) activities.
Detailed description of the assignment (Services/Supplies/Works):
Moore Yemen was assigned to collect endline data through a household survey in the project intervention area by interviewing Cash and Cash for work beneficiaries accompanied by the control group, using RIMA II tool as the core of the data collection tool. The exercise covered Al-Haimah Al-Kharijiah, Hajr and Yabuth districts in Sana’a and Hadhramout, where the Cash+ and CFW activities are implemented.