Humanitarian

Monday 3 October 2016

Our emergency food distribution work is reaching 383,000 people every month

Every month since November 2015, Save the Children is reaching 383,000 people affected by the drought with its food aid. Among these, 35,088 people are from female-headed households.

The emergency food assistance we are delivering in Meket, Gubalafto and Habru Woredas, North Wollo Zone of the Amhara region has now reached 42,246 Metric Tons and includes wheat grain, yellow split peas and vegetable oil.

Friday 5 August 2016

Save the Children provides seed to more than 75,000 Households across drought affected areas

As part of its multi-sectorial drought response, Save the Children has provided seed support to more than 75,000 Households across drought affected areas in Ethiopia

Friday 5 August 2016

Save the Children responds to the flood emergency in Somali Region

Save the Children, with funding and in-kind support from DFID and UNICEF, has provided Non Food Items (NFI) and WASH kits to people affected by flood in Somali region

Wednesday 3 August 2016

The Candle, who burns for giving light for others

Moses Chuel Bal , 52 , is a teacher at one of the schools built by Save the Children, with the support from the European Commission Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection (ECHO) and Comic Relief , at Jewi Refugee Camp, Gambella, Ethiopia. He is from South Sudan and a refugee himself who worked as a teacher for 29 years. That was before the war broke out and changed everything for him and his family. They had no choice but flee to Ethiopia. He first came to a school ran by Save the Children to register his kids, he then informed the staff that he was a teacher. They accepted him after a test and an interview. He is now serving the children who ran away from war, some of them former child soldiers. He tells his story as follows.

Friday 8 July 2016

SAVE THE CHILDREN LAUNCHES DROUGHT RESPONSE PROGRESS REPORT

In a new Save the Children report 'Two Years of Drought Response in Ethiopia', the organisation sets out the context faced by Ethiopian families during the latest drought, the impact on that has had on families and communities in rural drought-affected areas, and what the organisation has been able to achieve with the funding it has raised from the international community in support of the Government’s response in health, food security and livelihoods, water and education sectors, working closely with the line Ministries of each sector and the Regional Governments of each affected area.

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