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application/pdfENGINE Brief - WASHCommunity-Based Marketing and Sale of WASH Products: An ENGINE Approach to WASH for Nutrition03/02/20173MB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - Nutrition-Sensitive AgricultureNutrition-Sensitive Agriculture Interventions03/02/20173MB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - InServiceIn-Service Capacity Building of Front line Health and Agriculture Workforce for Nutrition Services03/02/2017612KB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - GenderAddressing Gender-Related Barriers to Better Nutritional Behaviors03/02/20171MB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - PreserviceDeveloping Ethiopia’s Nutrition Workforce of Tomorrow: Creating a Capacity-Based Curriculum in Pre-Service Training Institutions03/02/2017762KB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - AdvocacyInfluencing Policy and Supporting Change for Sound Nutrition Policies in Ethiopia03/02/2017497KB
application/pdfENGINE Brief - Livelihoods Nutrition Security and Sustainable Income for Vulnerable Households03/02/20172MB
application/pdfSITREPEthiopia Drought Response Situation Report - September 201603/10/2016859KB
application/pdfTerms of reference to develop best interest assessment tool Terms of reference to develop best interest assessment tool and guides, and best interest determination procedures for children on the move program targeting internal unsafe child migration and trafficking (CON/21/2016)20/09/2016202KB
application/pdfCase study of Kalkidan Elias, SNNPR, Ethiopia, May 2015Kalkidan, 16, is a student in eighth grade at Wosha Full Cycle Elementary School in Wondogenet district of the SNNPRs, Ethiopia. Kalikidan is a member of the school Health and Nutrition Club. This is a small group of students who work together to deliver tailored educational messages on health and nutrition to their fellow students through drama, songs and practical cooking lessons. The club members received training on homestead gardening and how to disseminate key messages on health and nutrition, that gave them the necessary skills to facilitate educational sessions to their peers.15/07/2015316KB
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