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Since August 2020, TGH has been implementing a project to support agricultural recovery in Sinjar supported by the Crisis and Support Center.

Since March 2021, TGH teams have been distributing access cards to the project's activities and explaining to beneficiary farmers how to use the digital catalogue created within the framework of the project. Thanks to this digital catalog of 102 items, the farmers can choose up to 500USD of agricultural equipment to revive and / or develop their farms.

Based on their order, farmers will receive coupons to redeem at the 6 local partner stores during the months of April and May 2021.
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From March 31st to April 2nd 2021, TGH and its partner organization ARSOW-Nepal organized their Annual workshop for the “Integrated Global Reconstruction Programme for Thangpal Valley, Sindhupalchok District - Phase 3” project. This project, funded by the Fondation de France (FdF), the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the #SOLIDAE fund of the City of Paris, for a three-year period, aims at strengthening the communities’ social and economic resilience in the Panchpokari Thangpal rural municipality.
The 3-day long workshop’s objective was to review the unfolding of the project and the development of the forthcoming activities, which mainly pertain to the strengthening of agricultural practices, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the activities conducted since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Additionally, the meeting was envisioned as an opportunity for TGH and ARSOW-Nepal to improve their operational and technical coordination, in the overall objective of increasing local capacities.
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On the occasion of the International Women's Rights Day last March 8th, Rosita, a compliance-specialised technician at the association Triangle Génération Humanitaire in Central African Republic took part in a roundtable entitled “Female leadership: for an equal future in the world of Covid-19”. The event was organized by the NGOs Coordination Committee of Central African Republic and broadcasted on television and radio by SAPROD TV.
During this program, Rosita insisted on the importance of facilitating the access to education for young women and girls and of allowing them to attend school, university as well as technical training centers.
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This video presents the reverse osmosis unit installed by TGH in Otaya (Syria) with funding from the EU Humanitarian Aid and SHF.

This reverse osmosis unit aims to reduce the high level of nitrate presents in water in this zone, so as to gradually ends water provision by trucking.
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TGH is supporting vulnerable women to develop income generating activities under TGH project funded by the Sudanese Humanitarian Fund (SHF) implemented in Kreinik locality (West Darfur).
In March and April 2021, 156 women were trained on food processing techniques by TGH team and a consultant from the Department of Food Science and Technology in the University of Kordofan. They learnt techniques for drying tomatoes and okra, and how to prepare tomato jam and paste; they also discovered noodle processing and production.
This training assisted participants to improve their household nutrition and to develop new food processing skills with existing market available products. For some of them, it also contributed to increase the household income through the selling of their products at markets. All thereby reinforcing women’s resilience in a region often affected by conflicts and natural disasters.
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From July 2020 to January 2021, TGH implemented the project «Rapid emergency response to support healthcare, social, educational institutions and vulnerable households of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts for COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control, through the provision of electronic vouchers and mobilization of partner shops network». This project located in eastern Ukraine is funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA). In cooperation with four TGH NGO partners and 42 partner-shops, 488 institutions and 5436 vulnerable households along the contact line were supported with e-vouchers for essential hygiene supplies benefitting over 400 000 individuals from the assistance provided as a part of the TGH’s COVID-19 response. This short video demonstrates the TGH’s innovative e-voucher approach that ensures rapid and effective aid delivery, extensive geographic coverage including in hard-to-reach areas as well as safety and protection of beneficiaries in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video @Anti-Crisis Media Center, Kramatorsk, Donetsk oblast
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Since August 2020, TGH has been implementing a project to support agricultural recovery in Sinjar supported by the Crisis and Support Center.

Since March 2021, TGH teams have been distributing access cards to the project's activities and explaining to beneficiary farmers how to use the digital catalogue created within the framework of the project. Thanks to this digital catalog of 102 items, the farmers can choose up to 500USD of agricultural equipment to revive and / or develop their farms.

Based on their order, farmers will receive coupons to redeem at the 6 local partner stores during the months of April and May 2021.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent

From March 31st to April 2nd 2021, TGH and its partner organization ARSOW-Nepal organized their Annual workshop for the “Integrated Global Reconstruction Programme for Thangpal Valley, Sindhupalchok District - Phase 3” project. This project, funded by the Fondation de France (FdF), the Agence Française de Développement (AFD) and the #SOLIDAE fund of the City of Paris, for a three-year period, aims at strengthening the communities’ social and economic resilience in the Panchpokari Thangpal rural municipality.
The 3-day long workshop’s objective was to review the unfolding of the project and the development of the forthcoming activities, which mainly pertain to the strengthening of agricultural practices, as well as the impact of COVID-19 on the activities conducted since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Additionally, the meeting was envisioned as an opportunity for TGH and ARSOW-Nepal to improve their operational and technical coordination, in the overall objective of increasing local capacities.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


On the occasion of the International Women's Rights Day last March 8th, Rosita, a compliance-specialised technician at the association Triangle Génération Humanitaire in Central African Republic took part in a roundtable entitled “Female leadership: for an equal future in the world of Covid-19”. The event was organized by the NGOs Coordination Committee of Central African Republic and broadcasted on television and radio by SAPROD TV.
During this program, Rosita insisted on the importance of facilitating the access to education for young women and girls and of allowing them to attend school, university as well as technical training centers.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


This video presents the reverse osmosis unit installed by TGH in Otaya (Syria) with funding from the EU Humanitarian Aid and SHF.

This reverse osmosis unit aims to reduce the high level of nitrate presents in water in this zone, so as to gradually ends water provision by trucking.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent
TGH is supporting vulnerable women to develop income generating activities under TGH project funded by the Sudanese Humanitarian Fund (SHF) implemented in Kreinik locality (West Darfur).
In March and April 2021, 156 women were trained on food processing techniques by TGH team and a consultant from the Department of Food Science and Technology in the University of Kordofan. They learnt techniques for drying tomatoes and okra, and how to prepare tomato jam and paste; they also discovered noodle processing and production.
This training assisted participants to improve their household nutrition and to develop new food processing skills with existing market available products. For some of them, it also contributed to increase the household income through the selling of their products at markets. All thereby reinforcing women’s resilience in a region often affected by conflicts and natural disasters.
Suivant Refermer
Précédent


From July 2020 to January 2021, TGH implemented the project «Rapid emergency response to support healthcare, social, educational institutions and vulnerable households of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts for COVID-19 Infection Prevention and Control, through the provision of electronic vouchers and mobilization of partner shops network». This project located in eastern Ukraine is funded by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/OFDA). In cooperation with four TGH NGO partners and 42 partner-shops, 488 institutions and 5436 vulnerable households along the contact line were supported with e-vouchers for essential hygiene supplies benefitting over 400 000 individuals from the assistance provided as a part of the TGH’s COVID-19 response. This short video demonstrates the TGH’s innovative e-voucher approach that ensures rapid and effective aid delivery, extensive geographic coverage including in hard-to-reach areas as well as safety and protection of beneficiaries in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Video @Anti-Crisis Media Center, Kramatorsk, Donetsk oblast, Ukraine
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