FSLC June 2022 response dashboard

Cluster partners reported reaching 175,000 beneficiaries in both rural and urban areas with either in-kind food distribution or cash-based transfers in June. Among them, 116, 437 received cash assistance in urban and peri-urban areas, 35,076 received cash assistance in rural areas, and the remaining 23, 270 received in-kind food assistance in rural areas. The assistance has been leveling for the past three months and continues to focus on urban resilience-building to strengthen the livelihoods of the most vulnerable and gradually reduce the need for humanitarian assistance.

Concurrently, agricultural and livelihood support reported a combined total of 145,105 recipients. These include 83,293 people who benefited from extension, training, and advisory services focusing on good agricultural practices with a focus on climate-smart agriculture, support crop pest management, post-harvest handling, storage, and processing, as well as improved pasture and grazing management. 30,297 people benefited from the provision of crop and small livestock inputs. Last but not least, 31,515 beneficiaries received support through different channels for the renovation of agricultural infrastructure and assets vital for farming and animal survival (dip tanks and animal watering troughs) (e.g., contracting a company).

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