| Case Study of Fatuma Mussa Afar Region, Ethiopia June 2013
|Fatuma Mussa is living on the side of the highway connecting Djibouti to Semera town in Afar region lives with her husband and her son Mohammed Issey in their dome-shaped hut. The village where Fatuma lives is severely affected by shortage of water which has forced them to entirely depend on water trucking that is provided by government and non-government organizations like Save the Children.
|A Study on Child Protection Mechanisms in Ethiopia
|Child and Family Support Services (CAFSS)
|AIDS Widower Now Able to Feed and Educate her 8 Children
|A 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.
|Are Work and Schooling Complementary or Competitive
|Are Work and Schooling Complementary or Competitive for Children in Rural Ethiopia?
|Sudanese Refugee Children Settled in Sherkole Camp and Transit Centers at Kurumuk and Gizen
|Audit Service framework agreement basis
|Best Practices for Water Development, Usage and Sustainabili
|A study of barriers to sustainability of use and maintenance of water and sanitation facilities in Ethiopian primary schools
|Beyond Orphanhood: Rethinking Vulnerability in Ethiopia
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|Call for Concept Notes: Education Cannot Wait Seed Funding
|Call for Concept Notes: Education Cannot Wait Seed Funding Ethiopia Multi-Year Resilience Programme (MYRP) 2020-23 pre-selection stage
|Cas study of Meselech Wolde, SNNPR, Ethiopia, May 2015
|Meselech, 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.