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Care For Care Givers

  • As a result of the war in Tigray, the region has suffered unimaginable calamities.

  • Teachers and healthcare providers are among the groups that have themselves been affected by the effects of the brutal war, and who are also expected to care for those who have been victimized by it.

  • The fact that they are expected to provide health care and education to the community while they are themselves, victims of war, poses the risk of jeopardizing their ability to effectively deliver the services that are expected from them. 

  • Care for Caregivers initiative hopes to improve the lives of thousands of healthcare and education professionals, by providing them with the necessary support, in order to ensure that they can continue to provide care to their patients and students in a safe and professional environment.

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Segar Scholarship advisory and capacity building project

  • The war in Tigray has unequivocally impacted the current education system and the human resource capital of the region for the worse. The widespread destruction of schools and teachers, compounded by the ongoing conflict, has made it difficult for children and youth to access education.

  • There has been a loss of more than three school years for children and youth in Tigray, first because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and then because of the devastating war.

  • The provision of career-advancing education opportunities, as well as short-term targeted training, can be a key factor in the generation of the needed knowledge and skills for the process of recovery.

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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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