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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
application/pdfCase study of Elsa Desalegn, SNNPR, Ethiopia, May 2015Elsa Desalegn, 21, is a health extension worker at Moroncho Goriche health post, Goriche district of Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State, Ethiopia. She serves 8,238 people in her locality. As a health extension worker she provides services such as, immunization for under five years children, growth monitoring of young children, family planning, Anti Natal Care (ANC), Postnatal Care (PNC), treatment of children with common childhood illness, regular home visit and nutrition counseling. 15/07/2015282KB
application/pdfCase study of Hawa Momin, Afar, Ethiopia, March 2015Hawa Momin is a mother of two children who lives in a very remote rural area in the Afar Regional State of Ethiopia. There is no access to basic health care near the area where she lives. As a result, she had to walk for more than three hours to reach to Ewa health centre to get treatment for her sick child.15/07/2015242KB
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/pdfCase study of Malika Ali, Afar Region, Ethiopia, May 2015Malika, has three children (Taisa Kaloita, female, 8, Fatima Kaloita, female, 5, and Mohamed kaloita, male, 2,). They live in a very remote rural village called Eligalla, in the Afar Region, Ethiopia. In Afar Region, access to basic health service is extremely difficult. 15/07/2015258KB
application/pdfCase study of Ello Leli, SNNPR, Ethiopia, December 2014Ello is a 15 years old girl attending in the 7th grade of Dimeka Primary School in Hamer Woreda. She is one of the girls who have got the opportunity to attend primary school in the area.. She. Before she came to Dimeka she used to live in Lala village with her parents and she has attended her school up to third grade.15/07/2015203KB
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
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