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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/pdfHealth and HIV/AIDS Brief Save the Children aim to improve the health of children and women, particularly those who are poor, disadvantaged, and with limited access to health care across rural, urban, agrarian, and pastoralist settings.14/02/2014693KB
application/pdfPastoralist Livelihoods Initiative ReportImpact Assessments of Livelihoods-based Drought Interventions in Moyale and Dire Woredas13/02/2014754KB
application/pdfPastoralist Livelihoods Initiative ReportImpact Assessments of Livelihoods-based Drought Interventions in Moyale and Dire Woredas13/02/2014754KB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - PreserviceDeveloping Ethiopia’s Nutrition Workforce of Tomorrow: Creating a Capacity-Based Curriculum in Pre-Service Training Institutions03/02/2017762KB
application/pdfPhoto Story of Woldegerima Gebrehiwot Tigray Region EthiopiaHaleka, Woldegerima Gebrehiwot, 66 years old is a farmer and father of nine children, three girls and six boys. Woldegerima explains about the vegetable farm land that he is preparing to plant vegetables and fruits at Maydaero village of the Tigray region.18/02/2014789KB
application/pdfFinal Evaluation Report of ELMT/ELSE: 2007-2009Enhanced Livelihoods in the Mandera Triangle (ELMT) and Enhanced Livelihoods in Southern Ethiopia (ELSE) Program 2007-200913/02/2014797KB
application/pdfPOTENTIAL 2019 outcome survey ReportUSAID’S Building The Potential of Youth activity (POTENTIAL) Report Of The 2019 Outcome Survey October 201903/12/2019834KB
application/pdfSITREPEthiopia Drought Response Situation Report - September 201603/10/2016859KB
application/pdfChild Rights Governance BriefA child-friendly national system is a governing authority that creates and adequately resources the institutions, mechanisms, and other measures necessary to implement the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), in line with its General Measures of Implementation (GMIs).14/02/2014876KB
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