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The photos were for an endline evaluation conducted in South Sudan for Samaritan purse in Food security and livelihoods (FSL) assistance project in Northern Bahr el Ghazal (NBeG), August 2017. The evaluation was conducted in North Aweil and East Aweil counties of South Sudan.
The interview was done among the fishermen, provided with hooks and twines to make fishing nets to enabling them with better fishing methods. They were also trained in economic fishing, preservation methods, and marketing.
The moringa tree provisions were part of the environmental concerns tree planting provisions. The tree which has medicinal value, provided alongside others seedlings. The moringa was expected to provide medicinal benefits to the beneficiaries.
The lessons learning sessions were conducted by the project implementation teams to document the lessons learned and best practices.
The pictures show the process of data collection in South Sudan by our research assistants.
A case study on one of the beneficiaries standing next to her sesame produce at Gok Machar.
The rest of the photos sent today are interviews and focus group discussions