Resilience Building in Ethiopia (RESET)
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Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 8 September 2015
Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 12 January 2015

Please find attached the independent impact assessment report of IFPRI’s 2020 Vision conference on “Building Resilience for Food and Nutrition Security,” held in May 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 17 March 2015

In 2013 and 2014, Concern Worldwide explored how a range of factors may enhance or diminish community resilience in West Darfur, Sudan, and Sila, Chad.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 26 July 2016

This is a recent Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) done by the World Bank in Ethiopia. It  identifies the binding constraints to reducing extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity in Ethiopia.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 28 November 2018

Sharpening the debate within the EU Delegation to Ethiopia by reflecting on weather, climate change, demographic, technological, policy and governance factors.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 17 January 2017
Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 1 April 2015

In 2012 the Government of Ethiopia (GoE) through the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA) and based on the IDDRSI framework developed its Country Program Paper (CPP) as the strategy and framework for resilience initiatives and actions in Ethiopia.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 5 March 2015

This document reports on the lesson learning reflection Workshop for stakeholders working in Ethiopia on contextual Integration of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) in primary education curricula through a Children in Emergency Response and Disaster Mitigation.

Luis Lechiguero uploaded a new Document 14 August 2017

In order to support the ongoing RESET programme implemented by more than 25 NGOs and in close collaboration with the local and regional authorities, the Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia requested the Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI) to undertake an in-depth analysis of

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