Extreme weather exacerbated by El Ñino has left more than 10 million people across Ethiopia in need of humanitarian aid.
An Ethiopian doctor charts a new course to end foreign aid dependency by equipping his peers and the health system with the skills and resources they need.
‘What good is land, what good is soil without water?’ asks a farmer as humanitarian needs in the country are predicted to climb to $1.4 billion.
Bursting with vitality, warmth, and curiosity, Ethiopia is opening its arms and countryside to the world. Can it preserve its profound dignity and cultural independence while it develops and thrives?
Widespread drought in Ethiopia has left many farmers without crops this harvest season, but through Oxfam’s rural resilience program, some growers are exercising new entrepreneurial muscle.
While food aid is sometimes essential, weather insurance for their crops and access to credit can help farmers build their resilience in the face of climate change.