NFDHR Programs

Food Security and Livelihood

NFDHR’s FSL program was established in 2014 and existed to ensure that the needs for the most vulnerable, conflict-affected communities are met through improving and strengthening household-level food security and livelihoods and then ensuring greater resilience to current emergencies such as conflict, drought, flood, disease, economic recession and inflation. The FSL program has built strong relationships with local authorities and community members in all governorates in which NFDHR has implemented their projects. The FSL Program has conducted 6 FSL projects with FAO, IOM, WFP, BMZ, and YHF-UNOCHA in 2019. They have been run by more than 100 administrative and program staff and more than 1400 field staff throughout 46 districts in 8 governorates. In 2020 the interventions of FSL program provides assistance to 151,012 HHs (1,055,847 individuals) through 4 projects.

Program Objective: To Contribute in Sustainable Food and Livelihoods Security