With eye-catching beautiful photography, delicious recipes containing locally available ingredients and an inspiring presentation, the “Recipes for Healthy Meals” book is now available in Timor-Leste. The book covers types of food and information that families need for ensuring nutrition of children and family members. Written in Tetum (local language), the book presents 31 delicious and healthy recipes of nutritious food for infants, young children, pregnant and breastfeeding women and other family members.
The objective of the project is to develop a collaborative approach to investigation and control of zoonotic diseases among the human, animal, and wildlife health sectors through education and joint action. (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal)
The general objective of the project was to contribute to the national goal of poverty reduction through upscaling the production and consumption of charcoal. The project looked for innovative and cost effective alternatives to replace charring kilns which were too expensive to run and cumbersome for producers.
The main objective of the project is to strengthen institutional capacity of the Environment Management Division of Kathmandu Metropolitan City to promote integrated sustainable solid waste management practices through application of 3R principles (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle), increasing awareness, behavioural change, implementation, policies and programmes.
AGAPE’s Project Hope is to interrupt and eradicate the cycle of gender-based violence within the communities of Sophia, including Block X Lilienndaal, Pattensen, portions of Turkeyen, Cummings Lodge and their environs, through the provision of effective preventive and protective measures.
The general objective of the program is to improve efficiency, quality and sustainability of the potable water services and improve sanitation infrastructure in Georgetown and other areas along the coast.