Brief Personal and Work Information. Ahmed Aden Mohamed . Ahmed Aden Mohamed . My job title is : Program Officer D, M&E with the Rural Food Security Program of CARE International in Somalia. .
Ahmed Aden Mohamed
Program Officer D, M&E with the
Rural Food Security Program of CARE
International in Somalia.
Data verification. This will include assessment of the data collection processes, comprehensiveness of the data collected, analysis and reporting mechanisms.
Produce site visit reports
Produce monthly and quarterly reports on achievements and challenges in M&E activities
Support to Vulnerable Groups Livelihoods through a Cash-for-Work Programme in Sool and Sanaag Region
CARE will apply the cash – for – work approach to provide short – term employment opportunities and much needed cash for purchase of food and meet other livelihood requirements. The cash will injections will have direct impact on improved food access and livelihood security of the target group in particular and the local economy in general. The proposed main activities will involve rehabilitation or rural infrastructure, environmental conservation, and community management capacity building. Specific activities will include rehabilitation of roads, berkads, balley, soil conservation along the gullies, and training of community implementation and facility maintenance committees on management. The project will also aim to stem the environmental degradation caused by human and animal pressure on the natural habitat that has exacerbated over the past period of poor rainfall.
Objective: To improve the livelihood of vulnerable households €through access to food as well as enhanced water availability, market access, and environmental conservation
Participants: A population of 5,440 households
Partners: Civil authorities and other International NGOs
Donor: European Union
This project is part of a larger initiative in the Lower Shabelle region being implemented by a consortium of international NGOs (CARE, Concern, ADRA and Chefa) and is funded primarily with the EC. SHARP builds upon the achievements of the RFSP, and the earlier Institutional Strengthening Project (ISP), which was funded by CARE’s Africa Fund, but uses cash-for-work, rather than food-for-work. Due to the positive impact of and response to the sluice gate and culvert component of the ISP, this was integrated into the SHARP, as well as training for communities and Somali NGOs on community management of irrigation systems. It is expected that by the end of the project, target communities and partner NGOs will be better able to sustainably manage tertiary irrigation canals.
Objective:Improved food security at the local and household level and reduced vulnerability to natural disasters for communities in 2 regions of southern Somalia.
Participants: 100,000 people
Partners: Local NGOs, Cefa, Concern and ADRA
Donors: European Commission CARE Deutschland