Land Access &Other Economic Resources

COU-TEDDO programming has enabled women to have access
to land and other economic resources to engage in income
generating activities at household level. Some households are
transiting from subsistence production to agribusiness and value
addition. The women are also using land as collateral security to
access low cost loans to invest in agriculture and other non-agro
business ventures. This is helping to diversify local economies and
reducing reliance on agriculture that is prone to climate change
hazards. The projects have been effective in addressing poverty
and reducing the incidents of GBV.

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