In a recent global food security event that Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) organized, Senator Robert P. Casey. Jr. (D-PA), the keynote address speaker, made a reference to PRIME to stress how US assistance is delivering results in terms of building resilience among hard to reach and vulnerable communities and making transitions away
You probably don’t tune in to Days of Our Lives for health advice, but a Feed the Future project in Ethiopia is taking an out-of-the-box approach to improving nutrition through a new radio soap opera campaign that is capturing the attention of traditional pastoral families. More than 83 percent of Ethiopia’s population lives in rural
“Pastoralist Areas Resilience Improvement through Market Development Project observed the International Day of Persons with Disabilities at Mercy Corps Ethiopia Office Addis Ababa. The Ethiopian Center for Disability and Development (ECDD) project coordinator at PRIME, Tesfu Equbeyohaness, delivered an awareness-raising briefing to PRIME staff. During the occasion, Ato Tesfu said, “PRIME is making a huge
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.