Building Community Resilience with Young People in Khartoum.
May 31, 2022
CORE is implementing a Japanese Supplementary Budget (JSB) project through International Labour Organization (ILO) in Mayo suburb of Khartoum. The project ‘Building Community Resilience with Young People in Mayo Suburb of Khartoum Through Improved Access to Water’ uses employment intensive approaches to equip young people in Mayo area with useful skills to combat the ravaging effects of Covid-19 and floods. CORE in partnership of Jebel Aulia Locality training centre trained 300 young persons from Mayo on Do-nou Technology as a method of road rehabilitation, Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) and Covid Mitigation.
The trained youth have commenced rehabilitation of select roads in Mayo area. These youths have been engaged to use Do-nou Technology and conventional gravelling of roads to rehabilitate the roads in Mayo. As a result, the labour-intensive road rehabilitation method has thus far yielded the total length of 1,594m of gravelling using Gravel Wearing Course (GWC) which include 784m of Do-nou Road rehabilitation. Road rehabilitation works are ongoing to hit 3,215m rehabilitation being the total target length of 4 roads