Ethiopia food crisis
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CBM responding to the 2016 Ethiopia food crisis, with local partner, to address immediate needs and build resilience of local communities, including people who are most at-risk.
10 million requiring food assistance
- The resilience of the people who are most at-risk in communities is increased by increasing their agricultural production levels and promoting inclusive income-generating activities (these people include female-headed households and persons with disabilities)
- School dropout rates are reduced through disability-inclusive school feeding programs
- Disability-inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), capacity building and advocacy towards local authorities are fostered in the targeted areas