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TitleTHE AUSTRALIA AFRICA COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT SCHEME: Effective Partnerships for Sustainable Development Program review 2011 - 2016
AuthorAustralia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES)
SubjectSustainable Development
Date of Publication2016
PublisherAustralia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES)
Number of Pages103 pages
LanguageEnglish
Geographical CoverageAfrica
KeywordsPartnerships, Community Development, Maternal and child health, Agricultural productivity, Water and sanitation
AbstractThe Australia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES) ends 30 June 2016. The scheme has been highly successful in meeting and surpassing its objectives. AACES has continued to demonstrate strong results in maternal and child health, agricultural productivity, water and sanitation. Over 2,378,468 people have benefitted directly from AACES, of which 1,491,231 were women and girls: an estimated 479,413 people accessed maternal and child health services; approximately 817,933 people experienced improved agricultural productivity; and over 1,074,813 people were provided with water and sanitation services .A strong and clear focus on sustainability, gender equity, and women’s empowerment underpin the AACES model. The value-add of the scheme will be the sustainability of results -the stories of positive impacts and changed lives will continue - long after AACES has ended.
Copyright HolderAustralia Africa Community Engagement Scheme (AACES)
Copyright URLwww.dfat.gov.au
Filesize1794759 MB
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