The lamentations of mothers, children caught up in the Tigray conflict
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The lamentations of mothers, children caught up in the Tigray conflict

The ongoing conflict in Tigray which started in November 2020 has led to increased humanitarian needs, seriously impacted food security and disrupted people’s livelihoods. Firsthand accounts of survivors of the conflict, displaced children and families indicate that several people particularly children, women, and the elderly are suffering due to the continued war and instability in the region.

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World Vision provides multipurpose cash assistance to most vulnerable families affected by Tigray crisis

World Vision provides multipurpose cash assistance to most vulnerable families affected by Tigray crisis

World Vision has provided 19 million Birr (over US$ 450,000) multipurpose cash assistance to the most vulnerable families affected by the Tigray crisis in Ethiopia. The cash assistance is set to address the immediate needs of 8,395 sponsored children and internally displaced people who came from different parts of Tigray. 

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WaSH inaguration in Ethiopia

Inauguration of 35.5 million Birr water, sanitation and hygiene projects

World Vision has inaugurated six Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects worth 35.5 million Birr (US$1 million) in Habru District of North Wollo Zone, in Amhara Regional State. The water projects are set to benefit 52,400 people and serve public institutions including health facilities and schools. 

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Ethiopia's triple crisis and World Vision's response
Desert locusts, COVID-19 & Conflict

World Vision is responding to the triple crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia

We are deeply concerned for the safety and well-being of vulnerable populations, especially children, in Tigray and are coordinating with other humanitarian providers to meet the urgent needs.

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World Vision mobilising for a historic humanitarian response in Ethiopia’s Tigray region

World Vision mobilising for historic humanitarian response in Tigray region

World Vision is deeply concerned for the safety and well-being of vulnerable populations, especially children, in the conflict-affected Tigray region of Ethiopia.

As we launched a US$1.5 million humanitarian response, World Vision appealed to donors for US$10 million in additional funding to provide emergency shelter, health, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), and protection supplies.

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Wionitu at Ethiopia's 'Chosen' Event in Amhara District
Child Sponsorship

World Vision launches 'Chosen' in Ethiopia

The 'Chosen' initiative is a new child sponsorship approach that enables children to choose their sponsors rather than the other way around. World Vision recently launched this initiative in Dembia District (Amhara Region), where over 140 children got to choose their sponsors. 

To learn more about 'Chosen' across the world, click here.

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Abera Gemeda

Over 624,000 IDPs and returnees receive emergency food aid to cushion the blow of COVID-19

World Vision has provided 21,154 MT of food commodities in two rounds to internally displaced persons (IDPs) and returnees in 21 Districts of Oromia, as well as the Southern Nations and Nationalities regions. Following the advent of COVID-19, we have effected a double rationing system with a view to limiting the spread of the virus by restricting people to stay at home.

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Ethiopia

Ethiopia is one of the fastest growing economies of the world, with annual growth of 10% on average for the last 11 consecutive years. The current population is estimated at over 100 million; more than half of whom are youth.

Despite the current economic advances, recurrent drought with erratic annual rainfall, traditional ways of farming and unstable political and economic conditions remain a challenge for many families. Still today, nearly 36 million children in Ethiopia are poor and lack access to basic social services.

In Ethiopia, World Vision works together and alongside the governmental and non-governmental actors in an effort to improve the well-being of the most vulnerable children and their families to ensure all children have the opportunity to thrive. 

106.4 million

Population, total

Addis Ababa

Capital City

81.8 billion

GDP (current US$)

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