Daryale Irrigation Canal

Daryale Irrigation Channel (Saaqiyad)

$4,133
raised of $5,000 goal
1227
Days Remaining
30
backers
83%
funded
Minimum amount is $100 Maximum amount is $50000
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Created by: Daryale village
Supported by: Care international
Projects supported: 2
Dalyare was formed in 1974 by group of farmers first established this village. It is located 20km km from Gudmo biyacas and from 85km from Erigavo the capital city of Sanaag region. With a population of 150HHS, its economy depends on Agricultural farms, livestock rearing, Frankincense production and small businesses activities like shops, stores and cafes. The livelihood of villagers depends on agricultural farms, Frankincense, livestock and small scale shops and tea cafes. The people were affected by floods and destroyed previous irrigation canal constructed by Care. The impact of the covid-19 also affected the residents of Dalyare and surrounding villages as the selling price of their livestock products and Frankincense prices goes down. The community benefited number of Care implemented projects including rehabilitation of the school, supporting school uniforms, distribution of unconditional cash transfer for 80 vulnerable households, constructed 1,400m of irrigation canal, built two rooms of guest house and meeting hall. They also established Village saving and loan associations and provided number of impacted training to village committees, women groups to teach food cooking skills. The people in Dalyare were highly appreciating the assistance they received from Care. Despite the mentioned care supported projects the people in the village lacks health post, police station which is necessary for the development and stability of the environment. Due to the impact of the floods the production of crops were very low. Most of the farmers were not harvesting during this season and this discouraged them to plant this season except few trying to overcome that challenge but needs to support building of irrigation canal to supply water to their farms. The distance to the water source is bit a challenge for both women, children and farmers to bring water to their farmers. At a times you can see ladies fetching water from the previous constructed irrigation channel for domestic consumption, washing their clothes near the canal. The new crowd funding of the irrigation canal will help people to get secure water for irrigation, domestic consumption and reduce distance to water source to decrease the load of the carrying water for more than 15 minutes from the water wells. The construction of the irrigation canal will supply water to nearly 40 farms and will improve the agricultural production by easing the challenge encountered the village farmers who were facing expensive and long distance from water sources to their farms. The significant irrigation canal will supply water to nearly 40 farms to improve the agricultural production and to ease the challenge the village farmers are facing who were expensive and long distance from water sources to their farms. The Dalyare community and their diaspora are expected to raise $5,000 of contributions to cover the estimation cost of building irrigation canal (Saaqiyad) with allocated matching fund of $10,000. The villagers will also donate in-kind contributions such as materials like stone, cement, sand and labor force. The villagers will also donate in-kind contributions such as materials like stone, cement, sand and labor force. Shaqodoon and care with District administration supported Daryale community to establish the project committee of 7 members of fundraising committee from Business people, Youth, Women and religious man. The Project will use the Sokaab platform to track the transactions of the bank accounts and contributions from community members and the diaspora. Through Sokaab, members of the public will be able to access these financial transactions by visiting www.sokaab.com. Community contributions amounting to $5,000 are expected to contribute by the residents of Daryale and its diaspora. Account holder Committee Members: 1. Hussein Mohamed Kaar – Chairman 2. Ahmed Warsame Hersi – Vise chair 3. Mohamed Bare Abdi- Secretary

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