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“Food prices usually double up within a month into the lean season. With the SCTP cash transfer and meagre earnings from casual work, we fail to sustain weekly purchases of a bucketful of maize, and it’s hard to let my children go to school on an empty stomach,” UNICEF Malawi/2020/Thoko Chikondi Filesi's daughter Linet, helps her mom package their maize Currently, the family receives MK 6400 (about $9) under the SCTP. (...) “Food prices usually double up within a month into the lean season. With the SCTP cash transfer and meagre earnings from casual work, we fail to sustain weekly purchases of a bucketful of maize, and it’s hard to let my children go to school on an empty stomach,” The food shortage leaves Filesi hopping from one village to another, doing low-paying jobs in homes and farms of well-off neighbours.“ During the growing season, I spend more time doing piecework in crop fields of well-off neighbours at the expense of ours. (...) This puts Filesi in a dilemma as she needs to make a choice between catering for her own field and earning quick cash for her daily meals on other peoples’  farms.
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Score: 1857013 - https://www.unicef.org/malawi/stories/surviving-lean-season
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“Thank you to everyone who has implemented this project in our community”. Money, she earned from Cash for Work plus extra jobs she was able to get, allowed her to put food on the table and take care of her family. (...) “The journey with firewood from the mountains to the house was long and tiring, it takes two hours.  Participants of Cash for Work Project in Hera Maria Silvia DRL/UNDP Timor-Leste Hamutuk Serbi Komunidade (HKS) helped Sejarina earn some income and as she says, “breathe and feel relief for the next weeks”. “Thank you to everyone who has implemented this project in our community”. Money, she earned from Cash for Work plus extra jobs she was able to get, allowed her to put food on the table and take care of her family.
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Score: 1847639.8 - https://www.undp.org/timor-les...lping-families-and-communities
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“Life is hard here. The price of animals is expensive.” Stalls selling fresh meat line one street of the market, catering for those who can afford it.   (...) The fact that refugees receive cash grants helps her business, the mother of four says, as they use some of the money to buy clothes.   (...) The fact that refugees receive cash grants helps her business, the mother of four says, as they use some of the money to buy clothes.  
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Score: 1705041 - https://www.unhcr.org/spotligh...08/spotlight-congolese-market/
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detail Discover About FAO In action Media Main topics Resources Member countries Get involved English العربية Share × Close FAO emergencies and resilience Our focus  Crises Partnerships Resource repository  News Publications Videos Audio Photo collection South Sudan | Cash for seeds brings new hope to Santa and 12 000 vulnerable farmers in Magwi ©Santa Angwech David has received USD 30 as part of a cash-for-seeds intervention. (...) She is a strong female farmer and a hard worker who is committed to her land, however, she faces a number of challenges that prevent her from earning more and providing enough food for her children. (...) For the first time in South Sudan, FAO started distributing cash to the most vulnerable families across the country.
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Score: 1658256 - https://www.fao.org/emergencie...vulnerable-farmers-in-Magwi/en
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A hard work that can barely cover their most basic needs. (...) UNICEF/2020/MAROLAHY Dominique Taking care of both: the health care of my child with a disability and the education of my children Since Berthine Ma’s family moved to the village of Anjahamahavelona few months after the selection of the FIAVOTA cash transfer programme beneficiaries, they were not able to benefit from it. (...) Related topics Disabilities Disability rights Children with disabilities Madagascar More to explore Article Zara Mira, an allowance to improve child well-being The Zara Mira program, an allowance to improve child well-being Read the story Article Floria learns farming and agricultural techniques Floria suffers from a handicap that makes it very hard to learn traditionally, but now she is hoping for a better future in farming.
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Score: 1612269.8 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...cial-needs-people-disabilities
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Oranges and lemons on the agenda at international meeting Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Newsroom historic archives | New FAO newsroom   Oranges and lemons on the agenda at international meeting The world produces more citrus than any other kind of fruit - an average of 81 million tonnes a year in recent years. Global annual earnings from exports of citrus, a major cash crop for many developing countries, amount to an average of US$8 billion. (...) In Eastern Europe and the Russian Federation falling incomes have hit citrus imports hard. The Group discussed the possibility that further cuts in imports could hit fresh citrus prices and agreed that the situation should be closely monitored. (...) "Selling the notion that citrus is good for health, is not a hard sell", Clay said. 20 October 1998 Related links Citrus fruit (Economic and Social Department) Intergovernmental Group on Citrus Fruit 12th Session - documents Citrus Fruit: Fresh and Processed - Annual Statistics 1997 (in pdf) Commodities and Trade Division Food and Nutrition Division News & Highlights archive   Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Newsroom historic archives | New FAO newsroom   FAO Home page   Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Newsroom historic archives | New FAO newsroom   Search our site   Comments?
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Score: 1605643.3 - https://www.fao.org/english/ne...m/highlights/1998/981005-e.htm
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Foni participated in woodlot and road construction as part of the project’s cash-for-work activities, earning UGX 11,000 (about USD 3) daily. (...) “I used the money from cash-for-work and put it into the savings groups. (...) After the training, Lou engaged in woodlot planting, a cash-for-work activity where he earned UGX 400,000 (about USD 114) cash that he used to start a carpentry workshop at his home specializing in making beds, tables, doors and cupboards.
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Score: 1592317.6 - https://www.undp.org/uganda/ne...dp/koica-refugee-beneficiaries
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Their handicaps mean Léonie must constantly watch over them. “It’s hard to find enough food to feed them three times a day and take care of them. (...) An inclusive program for equal chance Léonie and her family benefit from a universal cash transfer program called “Zara Mira”, which is supported by UNICEF. This social protection program provides families with a cash payment of 10,000 ariary, or about $2.50, for each child under the age of 18 and for each pregnant woman.
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Score: 1570711.9 - https://www.unicef.org/madagas...upported-cash-transfer-program
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Cash transfer helps families hard hit by the August 2021 earthquake recover | UNICEF Skip to main content UNICEF Logo Haiti Toggle navigation Global Links Aller sur la page UNICEF Monde High contrast UNICEF Logo Haiti DECOUVREZ L'UNICEF EN HAITI A PROPOS DE L'UNICEF OU NOUS TRAVAILLONS CENTRE DE PRESSE Main Navigation Ce Que Nous Faisons Rapports et recherches Nouvelles et Histoires Agir Search area has closed. (...) Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Article Cash transfer helps families hard hit by the August 2021 earthquake recover Thousands of households lost all their belongings during the earthquake last year. (...) With funding from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) and the United Nations Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF) for the fight against COVID-19, UNICEF has provided additional income to 1,000 vulnerable families hard hit by the earthquake. land in southwestern Haiti, through multipurpose cash transfers, to help them access basic services.
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Score: 1567686.7 - https://www.unicef.org/haiti/e...august-2021-earthquake-recover
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This support comes in different forms: cash-for-work activities, like Naila participated in; vocational training, like Rasha received; and business grants, like the one that helped Anu start her business.   Naila and other women clear grass at a nursery as part of cash-for-work activities in Al-Khalis, Diyala. Naila’s* Story Naila, 34, took part in cash-for-work activities at a plant nursery in Al-Khalis, Diyala. (...) Most people are unemployed, especially women, and it’s hard to earn an income.” Together her brother and her – who work as a daily laborers – handle supporting their large family of 14 people.
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Score: 1561695.1 - https://www.undp.org/iraq/stor...la-rasha-and-anu-beat-all-odds
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