VOICE for Women and Girls Project officially launched today in Addis Ababa. Voice is a project designed to be implemented mainly to empower women, build the capacities of cooperatives and individual producers. The project is funded…
Ethio Wetlands and Natural Resources Association (EWNRA) is a local non-governmental organization established in 2000 with Environmental and development objectives specifically focusing on Natural resource and wetlands.
EWNRA envisions being a leading home-grown NGO contributing to sustainable development in Ethiopia. Whilst it exists to contribute to poverty reduction, resilience building and creation of productive ecosystems. In all its efforts, EWNRA gives great values to equity, equality, honesty, integrity, transparency, accountability, inclusiveness and sustainability. Moreover, EWNRA is devoted to do better for humanity and the environment, and its motto is sustainable development. These values and/or principles are believed to be sources of power for institutional integrity and strength to accomplish tasks attain strategic goals and objectives and to gear towards the sought vision.
Menschen für Menschen Switzerland (MfMCH) and Ethio Wetlands and Natural Resources Association (EWNRA), in partnership, have been implementing integrated projects ( Richer Life, Sustainable Living and Integrated Actions for Building Resilient Communities) since December 2015 in Abaya and Gelana districts of West Guji zone of Oromia Regional state of Ethiopia.
EWNRA, in partnership with its partners, is implementing the 4R-Nutrient Stewardship Read more..
Integrated Sustainable Agriculture, Livelihood, conservation and RH/FP
With a support from PHE Consortium Ethiopia, this project aims to strengthen the best multi sectoral integeration practices implemented so far on biodiversity conservation and to increase resilience of the communities in Doreni district in a way learning’s will be generated and shared in SW and beyond
Enhancing Forest Governance and Local Livelihoods in southwest Ethiopia
To improve forest governance and local livelihoods in Southwest Ethiopia through capacity building,effective forest product value chains and policy actions. Funded by Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs through Forests for the World, this project is being implemented in Nono-Selle woreda of Oromia Regional State andMasha woreda of South