What We Do


In the context of protracted forced displacement, improved livelihoods and employment generation opportunities are the best alternatives to addressing prolonged aid dependency. Skills development is an essential tool in promoting employability and poverty-reduction efforts.

By investing in local community assets and capacities, RAHA diversifies livelihood opportunities and promotes self-reliance of the refugee and host communities (i) improve their household income and socio-economic conditions and (ii) enhance potential for solutions, with long-term benefits for the local indigenous knowledge and market needs.

Relevant Interventions
  • Skills, entrepreneurship and vocational trainings
  • Business, agriculture and rural markets support
  • Facilitating access to apprenticeship and job placement
  • Rehabilitation of rural market and village roads
  • Expanding the scope of rural infrastructure and market and village roads
  • Expanding the scope of rural income generating opportunities in the agriculture and non-agriculture sectors
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