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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 20177  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Families shelter under a tree in the drought-stricken Somali Region of Ethiopia on 03/09/2017 in Danan woreda, Demberweyne kebele. The Somali Region is the epicentre of WFP's emergency operation. The deaths of many livestock have caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing to soaring levels of hunger and alarming increases in malnutrition rates, especially among the most vulnerable children.  Photo: WFP/Peter Smerdon
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 20177  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Families shelter under a tree in the drought-stricken Somali Region of Ethiopia on 03/09/2017 in Danan woreda, Demberweyne kebele. The Somali Region is the epicentre of WFP's emergency operation. The deaths of many livestock have caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing to soaring levels of hunger and alarming increases in malnutrition rates, especially among the most vulnerable children.  Photo: WFP/Peter Smerdon
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 20177  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Camels and cattle in the drought-stricken Somali Region of Ethiopia on 03/09/2017 at a FAO- and IFAD-supported livestock feeding and health centre to keep them alive so that their families don't become destitute because they have lost all their assets. The centre is in Danan woreda, Demberweyne kebele in the Somali Region, which is the epicentre of WFP's emergency operation. The deaths of many livestock have caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing to soaring levels of hunger and alarming increases in malnutrition rates, especially among the most vulnerable children.  Photo: WFP/Peter Smerdon
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 20177  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Goats in the drought-stricken Somali Region of Ethiopia on 03/09/2017 at a FAO- and IFAD-supported livestock feeding and health centre to keep them alive so that their families don't become destitute because they have lost all their assets. The centre is in Danan woreda, Demberweyne kebele in the Somali Region, which is the epicentre of WFP's emergency operation. The deaths of many livestock have caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing to soaring levels of hunger and alarming increases in malnutrition rates, especially among the most vulnerable children.  Photo: WFP/Peter Smerdon
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 3 September 20177  The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.   In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.  In the photo: Livestock weakened by drought in the Somali Region of Ethiopia on 03/09/2017 at a FAO- and IFAD-supported livestock feeding and health centre to keep them alive so that their families don't become destitute because they have lost all their assets. The centre is in Danan woreda, Demberweyne kebele in the Somali Region, which is the epicentre of WFP's emergency operation. The deaths of many livestock have caused a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods, contributing to soaring levels of hunger and alarming increases in malnutrition rates, especially among the most vulnerable children.  Photo: WFP/Peter Smerdon
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02 Septermber, 2017, Hayelom, Tigray, Ethiopia.  WFP Hayelom Targetted Supplementary Feeding, TSF. The three UN agency heads are reveiving information about the WFP project From right to left: FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva, WFP Executive Director David Beasley, and IGAD President Gilbert F. Houngbo. The heads of the three UN food agencies are visiting Ethiopia to highlight the critical food and nutrition security situation. Consecutive climate shocks have resulted in back-to-back droughts, which have caused hunger to soar and malnutrition rates to rise to alarming levels. The agency chiefs will discuss how best to strengthen their support to the Government and its systems so that Ethiopia can continue meeting its development goals while simultaneously addressing humanitarian challenges along the way.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)’s Director-General José Graziano da Silva, the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)’s President Gilbert F. Houngbo and the World Food Programme (WFP)’s Executive Director David Beasley will be in Ethiopia from 1-4 September.In the worst-affected parts of the country, in the south and south-east, rains have failed for the third consecutive year. More than 8.5 million people require food assistance in the second half of 2017. The response led by the Government has begun to stabilize the situation, however additional efforts and support is urgently needed to prevent the situation deteriorating further.The agency heads will witness first-hand the scale of the crisis during a field mission to Somali region where the drought has killed many heads of livestock, causing a breakdown in pastoral livelihoods and a jump in malnutrition.The trio will meet drought-affected people who are receiving food rations, visit nutrition centres treating malnourished children and see distributions of essential support to keep the remaining livestock alive.The current food security and nutrition crisis cannot be resolved by emergency assistance alone. The longer-term solution lies in building communities’ resilience to better withstand shocks and avoid being plunged back into crisis. In Tigray region, the agency chiefs will see the dividends of investing in resilience. They will visit communities where the agencies’ complementary projects have boosted productivity, strengthened livelihoods and improved nutrition. In Addis Ababa, the three representatives will hold high-level discussions with Government representatives, and UN and other partner organizations, on the life-saving response and the need for greater collaboration and investment in resilience. Programme OverviewMonthly nutritional screening is conducted by health extension workers to identify malnourished children under five and pregnant and nursing women (PLWs). WFP allocates nutritious commodities based on the number of identified cases and distribution is done monthly. WFP is providing continuous support to the Regional Health Bureau through capacity building of health extension supervisors and health extension workers (HEWs) in the management of moderate acute malnutrition services at health facility/health post level.Programme ActivitiesThe project has been active for over ten years. Currently, there are 20 children and 49 PLWs that are moderately malnourished benefiting from the programme. At woreda level there are 354 children under five and 860 PLWs identified as moderately malnourished and benefiting from the programme. Main activities covered are:  Capacity building of health extension supervisors and health extension workers in the management of moderate acute malnutrition services at health facility/health post level; Regular nutrition screening of children 6-59 months and PLWs is conducted by the HEW at the health post; Provision/distribution of fortified supplementary foods for children under 5 and PLWs on a monthly basis by the women Food Distribution Agents (FDA’s).  Results/Impact  Improved health and nutritional status of children and pregnant and nursing women; Reduced rate of severely malnourished children  101 Out-patient Therapeutic Programme (OTP) discharges in 2016 compared to 14 in 2017 for the period January – July’2017 Children who are discharged from OTP are linked to TSF to avoid relapse  Build the capacity of the HEWs and technical staffs of the implementing partners through training and review meetingsImplementing/Cooperating Partners  The programme is implemented together with government sectors, Bureau of Health and Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development-Early Warning Response and Food Security (EWRFS) and UN agencies - and UNICEF. Screening and targeting of the beneficiaries is conducted by the health sector (Health Extension Workers).  WFP also works in partnership with NGOs such as Concern World Wide International and World Vision – Ethiopia.  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Petterik Wiggers
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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Somali Region, Ethiopia, 1 September 2017  IFAD/WB supported Pastoral Community Development Programme (PCDP III) – Human and Animal Health Post.
  The objective of the Third Phase of the Pastoral Community Development Project is to improve access to community demand-driven social and economic services for pastoralists and agro-pastoralists of Ethiopia. There are four components to the project, the first component being Community Driven Service Provision. This component will have three sub-components: (i) Community Investment Fund (CIF), (ii) support to institutionalizing the CDD approach, and (iii) community level self-monitoring and learning. The second component is the Rural Livelihoods Program (RLP). This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. This component will assist pastoralist/agro-pastoralist households to improve their economic livelihood systems by promoting enhanced access to financial services (through the promotion of SACCOs) and supporting improved advisory services that will enable them to identify viable investment opportunities, technically support them to strengthen and/or diversify their production systems and encourage innovation. The third component is the development learning and knowledge management. The third component comprises a set of interventions to complement community level development (on which the first two components focus) with policy dialogue, strategic thinking around pastoralist development issues and enhanced transparency and learning within the project. The component will have two sub-components: (i) policy consultations and knowledge management, and (ii) communication and internal learning. In the photo: UN projects in Ethiopia  Photo: FAO/IFAD/WFP/Michael Tewelde
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