Community Livelihoods Program (CLP)

 

The Community Livelihoods Project (CLP) was a multi-sectoral project in Yemen funded by USAID. CLP commenced implementation in July 2010 and has carried out interventions in the areas of health, education and agriculture. The agriculture program, a US$15.4 million component of the overall CLP, completed implementation in September 2014.

Activity Description

During Year 2, US$3.0 million were disbursed for direct program costs on 44 agriculture grants, 18 urban-based and 26 rural-based, in 14 governorates, expanded from the previous eight governorates by including Hodeida, Taiz, Ibb, Mahweet, Dhamar and Raymah. Two urban grants financed activities of rooftop rainwater harvesting for school gardening; two were for delivery of silver water filters to households and schools; 13 were for household vegetable production for food security and income generation; and one was for rehabilitation of a water supply.

Expected Outcomes

  • Increase the number of people with access to improved drinking water supply as a result of USG assistance

Actual Outcomes

  • 22,833 people have received access to improved drinking water supply as a result of USG assistance
  • Held 13 Demonstration sites, solar powered greenhouse, rainwater harvesting, and drip irrigation
Activity
Complete
Award Number: 
CA 279-A-00-10-00032-00
Start Year: 
2010
End Year: 
2015
Funding Level: 
$15,400,000
Prime Implementing Partner: 
Population Focus: 
Urban
Peri-Urban
Rural

Countries