Social Development Programme Aims for 2016

The Social Development Programme (SDP) was first implemented in 2015 and has been extended in 2016 to include other communities and new projects.

Food security

• 5,400 families have been included within the agricultural extension system, with access to seeds;

• Increased production of cassava cuttings and sweet potato shoots for distribution to communities;

• Programme to help households reduce post-harvest losses;

• Preparation of land for planting community forests.

Quality of life

• Drilling of boreholes for water;

• Measures to reduce pressure on forests and to manage woodlands;

• New classrooms and improvements to existing classrooms;

• Setting up committees to manage natural resources.

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