Beyond humanitarian aid: Working together for social cohesion
223 individuals from 150 displaced and host families were trained in one or more marketable livelihood skills: carpentry, food processing, cellphone repair, garment making, and urban gardening.
Divided by war, united through dialogue
Community members and government officials come together to identify challenges in conflict-induced forced displacement and to discuss solutions.
New skills for a new start: One family’s story of life after Marawi
Noraida Poon is one of over 350,000 people who were displaced in 2017 due to the armed conflict between the Philippine army and Islamic State-inspired groups in Marawi City. With the support of GIZ, she is learning livelihood skills to build a new life.
Philippine government, Unilever to award schools for providing usable, gender-segregated and clean toilets with GIZ support
Students are involved in checking the usability and cleanliness of school toilets.