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Quality Inclusive Education for children with disabilities in Ethiopia
Description: Achieving education for all in Ethiopia will remain a distant aspiration if most of the 5 million children with special educational needs in the country cannot go to school. Since 2014, Handicap International have been supporting 49 schools to become places where everyone has a role to play in making schools more inclusive. © Handicap International Ethiopia
  06 Oct 2017   3m50s 1 178 0
East Africa Food Security Outlook (July 2017 - January 2018)
Description: To project food security outcomes, FEWS NET develops a set of assumptions about likely events, their effects, and the probable responses of various actors. FEWS NET analyzes these assumptions in the context of current conditions and local livelihoods to arrive at a most likely scenario for the coming six months.
  29 Sep 2017   8m36s 2 49 0
Joint visit of Heads of UN Rome-Based Agencies to Ethiopia
Description: In September 2017, the heads of the UN food agencies - FAO, IFAD and WFP - traveled together to Ethiopia to assess how to work closer together to eradicate hunger and poverty. With visits to the drought-hit Somali region and the more developed Tigray region, they examined how to narrow the gap between humanitarian and development investments to ensure people are more resilient to droughts and other climate shocks.
  20 Sep 2017   4m30s 9 774 0
IOM Director General Swing on migrants' tragedy off the coast of Yemen
Description: 160 Ethiopian migrants were violently forced into the sea off Yemen’s coast on 10 August. This comes one day after the presumed death of 50 Ethiopian and Somali migrants during a similar incident.
  14 Aug 2017   2m28s 7 204 0
Djibouti: Les dangers de la migration irrégulière
Description: Djibouti – Les corps de 12 jeunes hommes sont trouvés côte à côte en bordure de route. Les jeunes hommes, tous des Éthiopiens de moins de 20 ans, portent des shorts et des débardeurs tachetés de poussière et de sang. Leurs effets personnels sont limités à un sac en plastique avec quelques objets personnels et une bouteille d'eau presque vide. Les conducteurs dans les voitures qui passent à côté sont attristés mais pas surpris. Ces jeunes hommes sont une infime partie des milliers d'Éthio-piens qui se dirigent vers l'Arabie saoudite, où ils espèrent trouver du travail. Pour y arriver, ils se rendent à Djibouti à pied, puis au Yémen en bateau. Au Yémen, les migrants payent des passeurs avec l'espoir de tra-verser la frontière et se retrouver en Arabie Saoudite, mais peu arrivent à destination. Djibouti, une petite nation désertique d'un peu moins de 850 000 habitants a enregistré une augmentation du flux migratoires vers le golfe d'Aden et au-delà. Production: Natalie Oren / IOM
  30 Jun 2017   9m28s 6 757 0
Menstrual hygiene management in schools: the practice in South Ari woreda
Description: Creating a favorable school environment for girls fosters their education. Raising awareness around the importance of menstrual hygiene management is important to break the taboos around menstruation and to take actions in order for girls to stay in schools. For this years Menstrual Hygiene Management Day on 28 May - we interviewed pupils, girls club members and teachers about the challenges with menstrual hygiene management in Mytol primary school and Getamer Primary school in South Omo Zone, South Ari woreda, Ethiopia and the actions they were taking to fight the challenges.
  19 Jun 2017   8m4s 0 66 0
Ethiopia urged to give attention to all human rights
Description: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein ended a three-day visit to Ethiopia, where he lauded the country's development efforts but also called for equal attention to all sets of rights.
  05 May 2017   1m58s 7 931 0
Ethiopia: Planning for an Uncertain Future in the Face of Drought
Description: The 2016 rainy season wasn’t as good as expected, and now, in 2017, pastoralist communities in southeastern Ethiopia find themselves at the mercy of a new drought that they weren’t prepared for. With changing weather patterns, as well as crop and livestock losses, these communities will need help in the form of social safety nets to protect them from the worst. The World Bank and partners support the financing of Ethiopia’s drought response system to help plan for extended drought, reduce the need for humanitarian aid, and ensure that vulnerable communities have the resources they need to stave off hunger and thirst.
  02 May 2017   3m33s 8 1096 0
DEC Member Save The Children responds to the East Africa Crisis
Description: DEC Member Save The Children are delivering life-saving aid across East Africa. Find out more about the amazing work they are doing thanks to the generous donations from the UK. Don't delay, Donate: Follow the DEC for updates: YouTube: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:
  28 Mar 2017   1m12s 3 146 0
Two Years Without Rain
Description: East Africa is in the grip of a devastating food crisis. Millions of families are facing starvation because of droughts in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. Famine has been declared in parts of conflict-stricken South Sudan. Oxfam is there with life-saving support, but we urgently need your help to do more. You can help: Donate now
  23 Mar 2017   1m30s 10 394 0
Ethiopian girl Tsion on surviving drought and fighting hunger together
Description: Last year, when a devastating drought struck Ethiopia, EU and World Food Programme (WFP) assistance helped keep millions of people from hunger. Follow Tsion's story about rebuilding lives then and how we need to continue the fight against hunger with a new drought hitting parts of the country again. #WhatFoodMeans is a new campaign which makes people in Europe aware of how the European Union has enabled the World Food Programme to defeat hunger at a critical time for Ethiopia. It showcases how the right partnerships and interventions can achieve more than saving lives: EU assistance ensures Ethiopian families and refugees living in the country, have access to adequate and nutritious food to keep going. EU assistance also prevents smallholding farmers and pastoralists (nomadic livestock herders) from selling their livestock or losing their income. Drought is affecting new parts of Ethiopia again this year, putting over 5 million people in need of urgent food assistance. Through Tsion's personal experience, find out how, by working together, lives can be saved. Video by Project Everyone/WFP/EU
  03 Mar 2017   2m59s 6 250 0
'Give them opportunities': refugees in Ethiopia
Description: Atakelt Tesfay, Ethiopia Director of the Jesuit Refugee Service, draws a link between the lack of opportunities experienced by Eritrean refugees in the country and the number risking their lives to attempt the dangerous journey to Europe. Find out more:
  01 Mar 2017   1m27s 1 127 0