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In the dry north-east of Ethiopia, livestock farmers are under constant pressure to reduce their livestock numbers when drought makes water scarce. To make the population more resilient, drought-resistant crops are being cultivated, vegetable crops diversified and austerity programmes introduced. Not only will access to drinking water be improved, but irrigation technology will also be improved so that food and animal feed can thrive better. All this is helping to ensure that the increasing droughts caused by climate change do not drive livestock farmers to ruin.

Nov 2016

First Introduction

Dec 2021

End of Project

€ 808,081

Project Budget 2020

€ 3,111,111

Total Project Budget

  • Humanitarian Assistance

  • Agriculture & Environment

  • Nutrition

  • Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

  • Economic Development

  • Civil Society & Empowerment

Partner on site

  • APDA

Financing partner

  • BMZ

Contact

Welthungerhilfe Horn of Africa

Telefonnummer +251- 662 47 65/66
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