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Environmental Protection, Rehabilitation and Education program

This program is implemented in the refugee impacted areas of Kebribeyah, Awbare and Shedder refugee camps of Somali Region in collaboration with UNHCR/ARRA. The main aim of the project was to protect the increasingly degraded refugee settlement and surrounding areas from further degradations as well as to rehabilitate the already impacted lands of these areas. The activities being implemented under this project are: production and distribution of tree seedlings, biological and physical conservation measures, community awareness raising & promotion of Moringa species.

Shelter Construction for Refugees

SEE with the support of UNHCR implemented shelter house construction for refugees to ensure a dignified as well as secured living condition for them. The process involves the selected beneficiaries to contribute 20% of the construction cost through their labor.

Retaining Gabion wall construction

With the support of UNHCR we have implemented a 1260 M3 retaining gabion wall construction on the crossing to Aware refugee camp.

Integrated Environmental Rehabilitation and Livelihood Enhancement Project Activities

This project is funded by WFP and it focused on seedling production, transplantation and distribution, soil and water conservation structures, water harvesting, bee- keeping, cattle-fattening, staff training and community Awareness trainings.

The main objective of the project is to protect, rehabilitate and enhance the environment of refugee settlement and around areas in the three refugee camps of Kebribayah, Shedder and Awbare. The project has employed feasible biological and physical methods of environmental rehabilitation to rehabilitate the impacted areas.

Community based Environmental Management, Livelihood Improvement and Solar Electrification of Deneba Kebele of Kebribayah District (supported by UNDP SGP)

The Goal of this project is to improve the livelihood of semi-pastoralist communities of Deneba Kebele through integrated environmental rehabilitation, livelihood enhancement and capacity building of the community for sustainable environmental management and utilization. Community mobilization for active and direct participation of the community is the main approach of the project to ensure sustainability of the project.

In this program, SEE implemented the rehabilitation of 40 hectares of the degraded Deneba catchment, establishing community management of Deneba Hafir Dam, introducing Solar light and establishing community management system and improve the livelihood of 70 households by introducing Beekeeping and Cattle fattening.