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RLP Poster_Mushroom Maintenance Cyle Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Mushroom Maintenance

A poster created by the RLP project.

Caring for Mushrooms Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Mushroom Care & Risks

A poster created for the RLP project.

RLP Poster_Home Garden Maintenance Cycle Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Home Garden Maintenance

A poster created for the Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor project.

Caring for Home Garden Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Home Garden Care & Risks

A poster created for the Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Project

RLP Poster: Goat Maintenance Cycle Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Goat Maintenance Cycle

A poster created for the Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Project

RLP: Caring for Goats Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Poster – Goat Care & Risks

A poster created for the Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor Project

SPSL Issue 2 Issue 2 July 2015 Social Protection and Sustainable Livelihoods Newsletter

This issue of the SPSL newsletter (July 2015) highlights the progress of the Resilient Livelihoods for the Poor project, which is being implemented by World Education.

World Education Laos Timeline World Education Laos Timeline

Since beginning work in Laos in 1992, World Education has become a key player in education improvement, disabilities awareness, and UXO survivor services programs. This timeline illustrates some of the highlights of World Education’s work, from the USAID-funded UXO Victims’ Assistance project to rural microfinance projects and, most recently, the development of a national First Aid curriculum for village health volunteers

Video about life after a UXO accident VIDEO: Moving Forward – Life After a UXO Accident

This five-minute video tells the stories of several survivors of unexploded ordnance (UXO) injuries, and the help that they received through World Education.

reducing childhood diarrhea report Reducing Childhood Diarrhea in Laos – Evaluation Report

Many rural communities in Laos do not have clean, year-round safe drinking water, nor access to sanitation. Up to 37% of the population does not have an improved toilet, and 28% still practice outdoor defecation (OD). The consequences of OD are poor environmental quality, increased exposure to bacterial, and parasitic diseases.

World Education’s Reducing Childhood Diarrhea project combined community mobilization, education, and simple technologies to reduce the impact of diarrhea on children’s health. This evaluation report documents World Education’s efforts to successfully reduce childhood diarrhea in the Kham and Paek districts of Laos.