Livelihood (Burundi)

All six dioceses (Bujumbura, Buye, Gitega, Makamba, Matana, Muyinga) covering the whole country


The Anglican Church of Burundi




To be effective instruments for Good stewardship of God’s Creation.


1. Community sensitization and enlistment;
2. Project’s information’s sharing with target primary stakeholders, Administration, local technical department and representative of local leaders;
3. Setting up the meetings within the communities in order to clarify the role and responsibilities of each part;
4. Focus group and meetings with target population for participatory decision on quality of inputs, project Action plan, project monitoring and evaluation strategies;
5. Contact with ISABU,IRAZ and others specialized institutions for improved agriculture inputs;
6. Set up a procurement process of getting improved inputs;
7. Tools, materials and Inputs distribution;
8. Monitoring and evaluation process in witch the concerns will be the number of beneficiaries include gender issues, the size of land, the quantity/quality of inputs distributed and planted, the quality of fields/crops maintenance, the beneficiaries who regularly follow day per day the crops, the number of meetings for activities planning a month and so on, the problems uncontained and solution for that,
The harvest expected and the plan for that, the plan for the future, the exactly harvest they got, the issue of continuing project. Finally the evaluation will be focused on the main change on the livelihood for the direct and indirect beneficiaries such as access to school, access to health care, access to improved seeds (number of people and quantity of seeds), the increased soil cultivation, the quality of knowledge and how they use it etc.
The new species and varieties introduced in the communities will be also monitored and reported.


1. The ownship of water project is observed to all the beneficiaries and they contribute automatically to the maintenance of constructions and paying fees(0.37 USD= 500 BIF) for eventual rehabilitation.
2. 18 281 households have access to water supply among them 9953 are Women and 8328 are Men. ;
3. Diseases (Chorela, Diarhea and worms) have been reduced for children under 5 years
4. The distance travelled to obtain clean water has been reduced from 8 Km to 100 m- 3 Km.
5. 40 74 people have access to improved seeds
6. 200 households are engaged in disaster mitigation and risk reduction.
7. 400 Households have benefits Goats by solidarity chain.