application/pdfENGINE’s nutrition support change rural mother's life Beseatu and her family is one the beneficiaries of ENGINE’s project poultry and homestead gardening interventions aimed to improve maternal and child nutrition within the first 1,000 days of life. To improve her children’s diet diversity, Beseatu received 10 hens and 2 cockerels of improved breed and was trained on poultry management. She learned to prepare homemade feed by mixing nutritious ingredients.01/06/2015327KB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentFinal Invitation to Tender (ITT) (EN)-Audit Service frameworFinal Invitation to Tender (ITT) (EN)-Audit Service framework agreement basis20/10/2023335KB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentAudit Service framework agreement basis15/12/2023336KB
application/pdfFinal Report on Humanitarian Response in Afar Livelihood-based Drought Response in Afar - Impact Assessment of Livestock Feeding Program Implemented in Amibara, Teru and Abala Districts by FARM Africa, SCUK and CARE13/02/2014340KB
application/pdfAIDS Widower Now Able to Feed and Educate her 8 ChildrenA case study of Shewawork Neji who is a widow with eight children. Shewawork is one of the beneficiaries of ENGINE's project. The project provided her 12 vaccinated chickens of an improved breed and assisted her in planting a homestead vegetable garden. Shewawork learned to mix ingredients to make a homemade chicken feed and other management techniques to support her chickens when egg-laying production is low. 01/06/2015341KB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentFinal Invitation to Tender (ITT) (EN)- Statutory Audit ServiThe successful supplier(s) will be awarded a ‘Contract’ which will commit SCI to purchase the specified quantity of goods / services as defined in the contract at the agreed rates. 27/10/2023345KB
application/pdfTransform Nutrition Flyer Transform Nutrition research programme aims to strengthen the content and use of nutrition-relevant evidence to reduce undernutrition13/02/2014351KB
application/pdfNutrition Brief Save the Children targets agrarian and pastoralist communities, working in tandem with the Federal Ministry of Health to ensure that children in Ethiopia have adequate access to nutritional resources.14/02/2014395KB
application/pdfFactors Affecting Youth Employment in Ethiopia: A combinatioReport on factors affecting youth employment in Ethiopia. 13/08/2019409KB
application/pdfAre Work and Schooling Complementary or CompetitiveAre Work and Schooling Complementary or Competitive for Children in Rural Ethiopia? 09/12/2013415KB
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