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Ethiopia

Ensuring Escapes from Poverty are Sustained in Rural Ethiopia

Thu, August 25, 2016
This report combines analysis from four rounds of the ERHS with qualitative research approaches investigating poverty escapes in Ethiopia.

PRIME: Facilitative Approach for Nascent Markets

Wed, September 23, 2015
Read MercyCorps' report on facilitation approaches to catalyze market systems.

Adaptive Management: Responding to the Evolving Needs of PRIME's Complex Systems

Wed, September 23, 2015
Learn how Mercy Corps is integrating adaptive management principles in PRIME.

PRIME Financial Services Learning Brief

Fri, May 15, 2015
Learn about Mercy Corps' emerging best practices under PRIME in expanding financial access in Ethiopia's pastoralist areas.

Realizing Rural Resilience and Inclusive Growth by Reducing Risk: Is Agricultural Insurance the Key?

Mon, April 6, 2015
This month's seminar regards the potential for agricultural insurance to promote resilience and inclusive agricultural growth as part of an integrated risk management approach. Join us!

Graduating from Food Aid and Productive Safety Nets in Ethiopia

Fri, August 23, 2013
The Productive Safety Net Program Plus is utilizing a Graduation Pathway Model to help chronically food deficient households in Ethiopia to become food sufficient, and then ultimately to become both food sufficient and resilient.

CARE's lessons from Bangladesh and Ethiopia: promoting food security & resilience

Fri, March 29, 2013
This MPEP seminar follows a discussion on lessons learned from two USAID-sponsored programs as well as five key considerations that inform CARE’s practice.

Pushing the Limits: Lessons from CARE on Market Systems Approaches, Food Security, and Resilience (Event Resources)

Wed, March 20, 2013
Grounded in an overview of CARE’s approach to resilience, this session features evidence and lessons learned from some of CARE’s most successful market engagement initiatives.

2012 Evidence Summit: Syed Hashemi on BRAC's Graduation Model

Tue, January 8, 2013
Syed Hashemi and Alexia Latortue introduce the building blocks of BRAC's Graduation Model, and present evidence from qualitative research.

DAI Urban Gardens Final Program Reception

Mon, October 1, 2012
DAI invites you to join us for an evening of celebration and sharing of lessons learned from our USAID-funded Ethiopian Urban Gardens Program for HIV-Affected Women and Children.

Replicating youth financial services: Applying lessons learned and new innovations

Mon, September 10, 2012
In the last four years, Women’s World Banking (WWB) has been working on developing a youth savings model that is replicable and sustainable.