Care For Care Givers

  • The war on Ethiopia has caused unimaginable calamities to everyone in Ethiopia.
  • Health care are providers and teachers are among the caregiver’s group who have suffered themselves and are expected to care for the victims of this brutal war.
  • Providing care and education to victims while they themselves were victims jeopardizes their ability to effectively deliver what is expected of them, as well as impinges on their personal well-being.

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Segar Scholarship

  • Ethiopia  war unequivocally destroyed the current education system and next generation human resourc

  • Children and youth in Ethiopia lost more than three school years first due to Covid 19 followed by the devastating war.

  • The war put more than 2 million children out of school.    

  • Due to the war, lives of the children in the current cohort in the primary, secondary and tertiary grades are affected

  • In the long run, this will also have impact on human capital accumulation of the region

  • Providing career advancing education opportunities and short term targeted trainings can contribute in creating the necessary knowledge and skill needed in the recovery process

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Road Recovery

  • The Ethiopian war not only destroyed the existing already poor infrastructure but also caused the loss of social, political, and economic institutions

  • However, no matter the extent and severity of the destruction is with the right policies, and political and institutional setup, recovery is a possibility as observed in various war-torn economies' history.

  • Ethiopia can use the experiences of successful economies in recovering from war and develop contextualized innovative policies and strategies to sustainably develop the economy and the region

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