Ethiopia: Thousands receive seeds and tools to restore livelihoods

In 2016, we have restored family links, improved access to water, and offered relief assistance. Our teams also visited detainees and worked to promote equal access to physical rehabilitation services.

Highlights of our work in Ethiopia between January and June 2016.

 37,840 detainees visited to assess their living conditions and promote humane treatment
 Improved access to water for 81,140 people
 Located 76 missing persons separated by conflict in a bid to restore family links
 82,980 people received seed and agricultural tools to assist with farming
 2,182 persons with disabilities accessed services at 10 assisted physical rehabilitation centres


For more information, read the full update on our work in Ethiopia.

Facts and figures, January to June 2016

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