Funded project

Construction of a fenced area for crops

Diffa - Niger

Fundació Campaner’s first priority is to prevent Noma. The fenced area for crops construction is a fundamental tool to avoid malnutrition among children, which is one cause of the disease.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    100%raised
    • Eva Cosmetics clients 503€
  • Direct beneficiaries 20

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 200

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

Fundació Campaner

Budget

  • Transport 353€
  • Materials 80€
  • Staff 70€
  • Total 503€
503€

Description

The project consists of a wired and enclosed crop to protect the harvest from the animals. First of all, fertilizers will be given in order to nourish the soil and also, a variety of vegetable seeds. Then, they will gather the seeds themselves.
Each crop will be built in a settlement where Fundacio Campaner has previously built a well. Therefore helping the harvest irrigation and providing benefits to people’s nutrition.
Malnutrition and bad hygiene are the main causes of Noma among other diseases. This project also aims to help the agricultural activities of the population.

Activities

  • Construction of a fenced area for crops.
  • Fertilization of the soil.
  • Plantation of diverse seeds.

Who will benefit?

The direct beneficiaries of this project aret he women in charge of the crop. Every woman has to sustain around 9 family members, including herself. The indirect beneficiaries are the 200 inhabitants of the settlement.
We have to take into account that the main predisposing factor of Noma is malnutrition. Thanks to this project, the children will benefit from food variety.

Project objectives

  • Give the population of the village a source of aliments and incomes. 
  • End malnutrition and reduce Noma incidence.
  • Empower women and give the village a new source of income to improve their life conditions.

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