Hunger & Livelihoods

Wednesday 8 February 2017

“It was like being born again”: Halefom’s transformation through the POTENTIAL Project

Halefom Berhe, 23, is a charming young man from Tsibet Kebele, Endamehoni Woreda of Tigray Region. He completed grade 10 four years ago but remained jobless until he was targeted for POTENTIAL project. Following this, he received ‘Positive Youth Development’, ‘Work ready Now!’ and ‘Be Your Own Boss’ trainings from the project.

Monday 28 November 2016

Seeds of hope: hear Wondimu's Story

“There is no greater satisfaction for a father than feeding his family” Wondimu Assefa, 28, a farmer and a father of three

Monday 3 October 2016

DFAP closes after five years of successful implementation

DFAP project close out was held at Yabello and Dollo Ado towns to celebrate the project's five years achievement.

Tuesday 20 May 2014

FSL Team Visit for Retrospective Study on Save the Children-Supported IGGs

A team from Food Security and Livelihoods (FSL) sector recently travelled to selected woredas in Somali and Dire-Dawa namely Jijiga, Harshin, Awbare, Babile, Shinile, Afdem, Mieso and Hadigala, an area where Save the Children and its partners implemented projects that help vulnerable community members to build up businesses and generate income to improve their livelihoods. The income generating groups (IGGs) visited were supported by Save the Children between 2009 and 2011 through several donors funded projects, including USAID, EU and ECHO. 

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