Dhobley Airstrip earthworks were improved through provision of food for work. 100 persons consisting of 60 women and 40 men benefited from the food for work activities at the airstrip. The infrastructural development has increased access to humanitarian air transport and other commercial flights in the region lower Juba and more specifically in the border town of Dhobley. Improved access has contributed to strengthened partnership and collaboration between Aid Agencies working in the region and the local authorities in the lower Juba region. The project was funded by WFP Somalia.

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