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Livelihoods

It starts with a focus on the extremely poor, working in and with their communities. We listen as they identify their most urgent needs, as well as the long-term factors that stand in their way.

We also identify the strengths and knowledge that already exist in the communities and seek to build on those to break down barriers. Most often our work is with farmers in some of the hardest-to-reach rural areas, but we also work in urban slum communities, tailoring approaches that are appropriate, practical, and achievable in each setting.

As with all of our programs, our livelihoods work seeks to get at the root causes of poverty. These have always included the lack of control over natural resources and vulnerability to small- and large-scale natural disasters. In recent years, as climate extremes have only exacerbated these problems, our focus has turned more and more toward emphasizing management of natural resources and building resilience against the predictable and unpredictable shocks that trigger a cycle of setbacks that drive people deeper into poverty.

Livelihoods in the poorest rural communities where we work often mean small-scale agriculture, so we design our programs to build resilience by improving food production, increasing income, and strengthening links to markets. To achieve lasting improvements, we rely on each community’s wisdom and abilities and often depart from business-as-usual approaches. Our innovative approaches include climate-smart agriculture practices, integrating agriculture with nutrition, and using mobile technology to exchange knowledge and increase productivity.

Targeted locations:

  • Iraq 14 projects
  • Pakistan 4 projects
  • Bangladesh 7 projects

Type of projects:

  • IGPs programs
  • Eid Gift
  • Cash assistance programs
  • Rickshaw /Van Distribution

 

Projects we proud of:

  • Widows & Vulnerable Families of Iraq:

Help The Needy Charitable Trust is running a continuous programme to support vulnerable women and families in Iraq. There are hundreds of thousands internally displaced people and families in Iraq who are struggling for the basic necessities. This programme focuses on providing the basic necessities such as food and non-food items and in some cases also providing financial assistance to the vulnerable.

  • Orphans:

Vulnerable Orphans are the real fact of our society and exist in every country of the world, in some countries their numbers are high because of economic depravedness, conflict or civil unrest. Help The Needy Charitable Trust is supporting such orphans through its different programmes to uplift their lives.

  • IGPs programmes in Iraq and Bangladesh:

Help The Needy Charitable Trust provide incoming generating small projects for more than 800 families in Iraq and Bangladesh in different kind of small projects and teaching them Preparing feasibility study helping them choosing right project for them.

  • Cycle Rickshaw and Cycle Van:

Help The Needy Charitable Trust provide cycle rickshaw and cycle vans to the vulnerable people so they can generate they immediate income to support their families and overcome poverty. This project has benefited many families in Bangladesh.       

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