Authors: Shuhan Hu and Sereena Singh
World Information Transfer UN interns, fall 2011
The project had seven components, which were to be co-financed by IFAD and GTZ, with the following allocations:
– irrigation rehabilitation and development (20%);
– agriculture-related group promotion (3%);
– technology development (7%);
– pilot watershed management (2%);
– livestock development (7%);
– basic social services (3%); and
– institutional support and community development (57%).
LANGOCA is a partnership between AusAID and Australian non-government organisations (NGOs) to better integrate their expertise into Australia’s aid program in Laos. To ensure strategic coherence, program themes build directly on the third key objective of the country strategy, to reduce the vulnerability of the poor through reducing the impact of hazards, disasters and unexploded ordnance.
USAid Contribution $14 million
Partners: CARE Australia, Oxfam Australia, Save the Children Australia, World Vision Australia
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