PQDI project
Food Security for Refugees from Central African Republic

Posted on 11 March 2014

Categories: Humanitarian aid

Terre Sans Frontières is carrying out a support project for refugees in the DRCongo, in collaboration with the Quebec International Development Program (PQDI) of the Ministère des Relations internationales du Québec.

More specifically, this project aims at ensuring the food security for 400 refugee households who have fled the war in the Central African Republic and 200 Congolese host families spread across the following villages: Gbagiri, Gbangi and Buda in the Equator province. This support will result in the distribution of tools, seeds, agricultural inputs and land. Agricultural extension agents will provide technical support so that the relocated families are able to start cultivating essential staples such as Samaru corn, Niébé (beans) and peanuts.

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