Hunger & Livelihoods

application/pdfResearch PaperAssessment on POTENTIAL’s Youth Business Mentorship Program, Final Report Submitted to SCI by Leulseged Ahmed and Dr Girma Temam03/12/20191MB
application/pdfFactors Affecting Youth Employment in Ethiopia: A combinatioReport on factors affecting youth employment in Ethiopia. 13/08/2019409KB
application/pdfUSAID’s Building the Potential of Youth Activity (Potential) Report of the 2017 Outcome Survey 13/08/20193MB
application/pdfCas study of Meselech Wolde, SNNPR, Ethiopia, May 2015Meselech, 32, is a mother of five children (four boys and a girl). Three of her children live with her ex-husband in a place called Shashemene. Her self and the other two of her younger children live at Chuko village in the Wondogenet district of the SNNPR. Meselech and her family has been part of the ENGINE livelihoods interventions, and has benefited from the provision of an improved homestead vegetable seed, and productive livestock. She was also provided training on livestock management and care. 15/07/2015313KB
application/pdfFood Security and Livelihoods Brief Save the Children is a key player in food security and livelihoods work in Ethiopia, ranging from life saving food distributions to long-term livelihood improvement and market support. 14/02/2014683KB
application/pdfPIA ReportParticipatory Impacts Assessment (PIA) of Drought Reserve Areas in Guji and Borana Zones, Oromia Region13/02/20145MB
application/pdfPastroralism in Ethiopia Final ReportWater Development in Ethiopia’s Pastoral Areas - A synthesis of existing knowledge and experience13/02/20144MB
application/pdfPastoralism Breifing Paper Final Providing and Managing Water in Ethiopia’s Pastoral Regions – Lessons Learned in the Last 40 years13/02/2014197KB
application/pdfMilk Matters Review A Literature Review of Pastoralist Nutrition and Programming Responses13/02/2014463KB
application/pdfMilk Matters Research BriefLivestock Support for Better Nutrition - The Impact of Dry Season Livestock Support on Milk Supply and Child Nutrition 13/02/2014422KB
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