SDC’s, Kobciye Project’s End-Term Evaluation Unveils Remarkable Agricultural Advancements in Puntland.

The End-Term Evaluation and Presentation Event for the Kobciye Project’s Agricultural Development and Food Security Outcomes in Puntland took center stage on February 15th, marking a pivotal moment in the region’s agricultural landscape. Led by the Salaam Development Center (SDC) in partnership with the Puntland Ministry of Agriculture and backed by the World Food Programme (WFP) with generous funding from the European Union, the project showcased tangible advancements that are reshaping rural communities around the capital city of Garowe.

The event saw esteemed guests, including Puntland’s Vice President, Ilyas Lugator, alongside various ministers and officials, gathering to witness the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. Their presence underscored the significance of the Kobciye Project and its role in bolstering agricultural development and food security in the region.

Through collaborative efforts and strategic interventions, the Kobciye Project has succeeded in yielding tangible results, transforming the agricultural landscape of rural Puntland. From innovative farming techniques to enhanced food production and distribution systems, the project has empowered local communities to thrive amidst challenges and uncertainties.

Key highlights from the presentation included insights into the project’s impact on improving livelihoods, enhancing nutritional outcomes, and fostering resilience among vulnerable populations. Attendees were captivated by success stories shared by project beneficiaries, illustrating the real-world impact of Kobciye’s initiatives on the ground.

The Kobciye Project’s success serves as a testament to the power of partnership, innovation, and community-driven development. By harnessing the collective expertise and resources of stakeholders, including government entities, NGOs, and international agencies, the project has laid the foundation for sustainable growth and prosperity in Puntland.

As the event drew to a close, participants expressed optimism for the future, recognizing the transformative potential of ongoing initiatives and the critical role they play in advancing agricultural development and food security goals. The Kobciye Project stands as a beacon of hope, inspiring positive change and resilience across Puntland.

With its unwavering commitment to agricultural development and food security, the Kobciye Project continues to chart a path towards a more prosperous and resilient future for the people of Puntland. As we reflect on the achievements of today’s event, we are reminded of the enduring impact of collaborative efforts in driving meaningful change and shaping a brighter tomorrow for all. #KobciyeProject #AgriculturalDevelopment #FoodSecurity #Puntland #SDC #WFP #EU

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