Sinabung Agricultural Response Project (SARP), Indonesia

Agricultural Response Project (SARP), Indonesia is a five-month duration emergency aid assistance project funded by German Government (BMZ) and being implemented through GIZ-ASEAN Sustainable Agrifood Systems (ASEAN-SAS) in district of Karo where Mount Sinabung is located.

In partnership with local partner, Maricena and District Government of Karo the project has been implementing by and due to continuous eruption of Mount Sinabung where large number of residents in the area are forced to flee and stay in the shelter camp after the repeated series of eruption in October 2014. It targets the refuges in the shelter camp,  identified group to improve the capacity through capacity building training in agriculture practices. The overall goal of the SARP is to utilize integrated and consolidated approaches to contribute to Sinabung refugees by a) providing adequate food intake twice a week both for refuges and students, b) capacity building training in agriculture practices, and c) provision of agriculture inputs.

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