IFRC


Ethiopia

4 July 2016

The plight of pastoralists in drought-stricken northern Ethiopia

Ethiopia: Pastoralists worry about their future livelihoods amid ongoing drought
Feeding Ethiopia’s drought-affected families
24 May 2016

Feeding Ethiopia’s drought-affected families

Ethiopia: El Niño leaves millions in need of food aid
Working hard to keep disease at bay in Ethiopia’s refugee camps
27 April 2015

Working hard to keep disease at bay in Ethiopia’s refugee camps

South Sudanese refugees volunteer to clean their temporary settlement in Gambella
Refugees become Red Cross volunteers in Ethiopia
20 April 2015

Refugees become Red Cross volunteers in Ethiopia

South Sudanese take a hand in improving their living conditions.
Training volunteers and supporting health systems improves access to healthcare for mothers and children
11 December 2014

Training volunteers and supporting health systems improves access to healthcare for mothers and children

According to Ethiopia’s 2011 Demographic and Health Survey, nearly half a million children under-five die every year. Neonatal mortality accounts for 30 per cent of under-five mortality.
Red Cross ambulance service offers much needed assistance to South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia
14 August 2014

Red Cross ambulance service offers much needed assistance to South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia

Beyene Tafete, 27, a clinical nurse by profession, has just reported to his duty station at the Leitchour refugee camp, 900 kilometres west of Addis Ababa.
Easing the burden of life by providing firewood to refugee women in Ethiopia
7 August 2014

Easing the burden of life by providing firewood to refugee women in Ethiopia

A simple project to bring firewood to South Sudanese refugee in Ethiopia is having a major impact on family life.
IFRC Secretary General meets the First Lady of Ethiopia in Geneva
6 May 2014

IFRC Secretary General meets the First Lady of Ethiopia in Geneva

The First Lady of Ethiopia recently visited Geneva and discussed development with the IFRC's Secretary General.
Ethiopia: Red Cross provides life-saving support to South Sudanese refugees
29 April 2014

Ethiopia: Red Cross provides life-saving support to South Sudanese refugees

Since early December when violence erupted in South Sudan, more than 85,000 people have fled into neighboring Ethiopia, arriving in Gambella, exhausted, sick, and in desperate need of support.
Ethiopia: Red Cross trains South Sudanese refugees
8 April 2014

Ethiopia: Red Cross trains South Sudanese refugees

Engaging refugees to reduce the risk of disease outbreak
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