PRIME provided a 3-day hands-on training to HAVOYOCO staff in Jijiga in facilitating community conversations an d school club workshops from 18- 20 April 2014. The training will enable HAVOYOCO administrative and program staff, to build skills in designing and facilitating community conversations around PRIME’s messages, build skills in designing and facilitating school club workshops.
Welcome to PRIME Website Pastoralist Areas Resilience Improvement through Market Expansion (PRIME) project is a five-year, USAID-funded initiative designed to improve resilience of communities and systems in Ethiopia’s dry-lands to enhance prospects for long-term development where pastoralist livelihood systems prevail. The project is designed to reduce hunger and poverty by being transformative and innovative, while achieving
For Mahmud Haji, a livestock trader in the Ethiopian Somali Region, “A poor market linkage among the value chain actors is one of the reasons for poor performance of livestock markets.” The Ministry of Agriculture also recognizes that lack of reliable market for live animals and animal products, weak linkage between livestock exporters and international