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Over the last 10 years (2007-2017)

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Key findings from VAD Uganda and GCN Kenya:

Water

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[box] In Wakiso (VAD), 84% of water sources are still functional. Where water source is functional, 100% of Water User Committees still exist and are working. Reasons for non-functioning are: theft of pumps (response: police investigations opened) and population growth creating additional pressure and leading pumps to breakdown (response: advocacy committees (successfully) lobbying local government to repair and drill additional water sources)[/box]

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[box] Average incomes of farmers is 180,000 ugx (approx. €40) per month. In 2014, a survey of farmers in same area showed average incomes of 60,000 ugx (€17) per month. Incomes have therefore tripled amongst trained farmers. Those with the highest incomes are from groups where they have developed savings and loan schemes. This is a key learning that can be built into future programming[/box]

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[box] 80% (79/99) farmers groups in Wakiso District are still active. The vast majority of trained farmers (unquantifiable without more detailed analysis) are “food secure” in the sense that they are eating 3 meals per day and are able to grow enough food to sustain them between harvests[/box]

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[box] There is a 17% increase in retention of girls in school and a 45% increase in the numbers completing primary school[/box]

 

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[box] In Kajiado County Kenya (GCN), since 2007 enrolment has increased; girls: 124%, boys: 70%, compared to increases of only 29% girls and 21% boys nationally[/box]

 

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These statistics are provided by Kajiado County for the entire county. Aidlink and GCN have a presence in 126/353 public primary schools in the County (being 36% of PPS there). Working among the most remote and excluded communities in the county, there is no doubt about  our contribution to overall improvements.

GCN following up on Water and Toilet functionality, PTA and BoM functionality, women’s groups and positive social deviant activity.

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Education

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[box] In Kajiado, Kenya, an assessment of the 54 public primary schools targeted during PGI (2012 – 2016) reveals improved levels of enrolment, retention, performance, completion and transition[/box]

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[box] Over the last 10 years, the enrolment of girls in school has increased by 124% and boys by 70% in Kajiado compared with 29% (girls) and 21% (boys) nationally.[/box]

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Livelihoods

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[box] Incomes have tripled amongst trained farmers in Wasiko.[/box]

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[box] In Masaka 60% of the farmers’ groups formed over the last 10 years continue to exist and function with the support of District Agricultural Extension Workers. [/box]

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[box] 80% (79/99) Farmers groups established in Wakiso District are still active. The vast majority of trained farmers report that they are food secure, i.e. eating 3 meals per day and able to grow enough to sustain themselves between harvests.[/box]

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