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Donor: Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Year: 2016 till date
Nature of activities: To empower vulnerable household farmers
Coverage: Dazaro and Shira LGAs

Northern Education Initiative (NEI) Plus Project
Donor: USAID/Creative Associate
Year: 2015 till date

Small Scale Project Fund SSPF
Donor: Brot fur die welt(bread for the world protestant development service)
Year: 2020 till date

Women Voice and Leadership Project
Donor: Global Affairs Canada (GAC)/Actionaid Nigeria
Nature of activities: To empower women have economic justice, participation in politics and diction making
Coverage: Dazaro LGA

State to State Project
Donor: USAID
Year: 2022 till date

Micro Credit
Year: 1996 till date
Nature of activity: to empower women archive improved socio economic status through the provision Micro-credit services.


AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (ADF), USA:- Through Diamond Development Initiative Kano.  It was a five year project from 2002, - 2007.

Nature of Activities:  Empowering rural women through the provision of micro – credit services.

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- Governance

Enhanced status and participation of women in decision making at all levels.

- Agriculture/Economic Empowerment

Improved capacity of disadvantaged women to earn and control income as a means of enhancing their living standard and those of their families in WEIN target communities.

- Education

Increased access of women, girls, vulnerable and out of school children to formal and informal education through strategic engagement and provision of support to target groups.

- Health

Improved health status of women, children and youth in target communities through access to quality health information and service.

- WASH (Water Sanitation and Hygiene)

Improved living standard of families through increased access in WASH services and information.

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