Projects in Guinea
Smallholder-farm households achieve food and nutrition security, sustainable livelihoods, and increased resilience.
- Increase smallholder farmers’ capacity to improve the diversity, productivity, and/or sustainability of their agricultural production
- Increase smallholder farmers’ capacity to generate agriculture-related income
- Increase the capacity of women of reproductive age (WRA) and/or key household decision makers to increase the dietary diversity of households
Our Education Project's goal is to help Guinean students attain math and science skills and opportunities to become problem solvers and innovators.
Project Objectives :
- Increase achievement of students in Math and/or Science.
- Increase the capacity of teachers to use gender-equitable teaching practices in the classroom
- Increase the capacity of teachers in general, critical thinking, and/or STEM teaching skills
Learning Environment and Community:
- Increase the ability of community members to support students’ access to learning
- Increase students’ and teachers’ access to teaching/learning materials and resources that use the STEM approach
Peace Corps Guinea's Maternal, Child & Adolescent Health Project is designed to support ending preventable child and maternal deaths
- Increase the knowledge and skills of women and men to adopt practices that contribute to a healthy pregnancy, safe delivery, good postpartum health, and a healthy newborn;
- Increase the knowledge and skills of child caregivers to improve the health of children under 5 and to prevent childhood illnesses;
- Increase the knowledge and skills of adolescents (10-24) to improve their health and well-being through health and life skills education;
- Build capacity of health workers’ to adopt practices that strengthen the community health system and services.