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TREE programme information

TREE is a trilateral partnership between the Government of Ethiopia, the State of Israel and the German Government. It is … Continued

SCIDA II programme information

The SCIDA-II Technical Cooperation (TC) Facility is part of the Strengthening Drought Resilience in Arid and Semi-Arid Lowlands of Ethiopia … Continued

CDSDR-II programme information

Over 7 million people live in the Afar and Somali Regions in Ethiopia; most of them are pastoralists and agro-pastoralists … Continued

SDR programme information

In Afar and Somali regions, the livelihoods of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists, a semi-mobile population, are severely affected by natural resources … Continued

IFTAR programme information

The lowlands of Ethiopia’s Afar Regional State are one of the least developed parts of the country. 48% of the … Continued

DREAM I declaration banner

Banner with the Declaration of the DREAM I conference (2019)

Declaration and programme of action

This document contains the Declaration and the Programme of Action, as developed and endorsed during the DREAM I conference, held … Continued

DREAM I programme of action.pdf

Program of Action developed and endorsed during the DREAM I conference (2019). The Program contains action plans for five thematic … Continued

DREAM ASAL Conference proceedings

The DREAM ASAL 2019 Conference was organised in Semera, Ethiopia between September 29 and October 03, 2019. Organized jointly by … Continued

DREAM II Conference Proceedings

The DREAM II Conference took place at Kereyu Hill Resort Hotel, Adama, Ethiopia between 15 and 18 March 2022. It … Continued

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