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Livelihood

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Education

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Child Prot.

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Health

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WASH

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Youth

  • Capacity Building of Agricultural Livelihoods: This program builds the capacity of poor and marginalized urban, rural and pastoralist communities who are in need of financial resources, or other inputs. It helps them by providing the necessary training and startup capital, in the form of a revolving fund and advisory services. In this program, EDA has provided target groups with improved seeds, fertilizer, herbicide, water pumps, farm animals, and modern beehives. This program is enhancing food security and promoting the value chain for small holder farmers.
  • Developing Youth Livelihoods and Entrepreneurship Skills: EDA is committed to the wellbeing of all youth, especially those who are vulnerable. This commitment has been expressed through EDA’s work with youth over the past decade, seeking to optimize their income in areas where there is little access to resources and improve their lives by establishing a youth-focused and community-based approach to addressing their needs. As a major part of this effort, targeted youth have been organized into different economic and social associations and receive vocational and business skills training. They are provided with startup capital to run viable businesses based on a prior needs assessment. To date, over 16,000 youth have received entrepreneurship skills training to start their own businesses and support their families. The program also conducts research and feasibility studies to improve access to helpful information and market scenarios, and also to create linkages with others engaged in similar businesses

Latest News

  • Yeka

    Yeka is another Addis Ababa sub-city where EDA works, promoting preventative health care and education for poor urban communities. Yeka Sub City is one of the 10 sub cities in Addis Ababa city administration with total population of 368,774. The sub city borders with Oromia in the north, Oromia in the east, Gulele, Arada and kirkose sub city in the west, Bole sub city in the South east .About 2.2% of the population comprises those under the age of 1 year; 7.2% of the population comprises those under the age of 5 years and 34.6% are in the reproductive age (15-49 years).
  • Akaki Kaliti

    Akaki –Kaliti is one of the ten sub cities of Addis Ababa and is the industrial zone of Addis Ababa as well as the country. It is located in the southern parts of the city. It is 20 kms far from the city’s center and its population is estimated 220,740 with 114,095 female and 106,645 male (2007 Ethiopian Central Statistics Authority) Most of the Kebeles/woredas are found at the out skirts of the city.
  • Tarma Ber

    Tarmaber Woreda is located 190 km away from Addis and has an estimated population of 79049; out of which 39,852 are male and the rest 39098 are female including urban and rural dwellers. The woreda covers about 54,000 ha of lands. Agro climatologically 17% of the land is lowland, 28 % semi-arid (Woinadega) and 54.7 % is highland (Dega). Its altitude is ranging from 1500 to 3100 meter above sea level. The average annual temperature and the mean monthly rain fall are about 15.5 C0 and 1200 mm respectively.

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