Resilience Building and Creation of Economic Opportunities in Ethiopia (RESET II)

Summary

The overall objective of the program is to address the root causes of displacement and irregular migration through the creation of economic opportunities and the strengthening of the resilience capacity of the most vulnerable communities.

Main objectives

The specific objective is strengthening economic opportunities and resilience of the most vulnerable communities to human-induced and natural disaster crises, through measures that will increase livelihoods and employment, and better access to basic services.

Adoption date
28/04/2016
EUTF contribution
EUR 48 362 000
Themes
Location
Ethiopia (Afar, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples, Amara, Oromia, Somali)
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This action in numbers

9 239
Number of jobs created
15 586
Number of people assisted to develop economic income-generating activities
1 448
Number of people benefiting from professional trainings (TVET) and/or skills development
2 270
Number of migrants, or potential migrants, reached out by information campaign on migration and risks linked to irregular migration
120
Number of people participating in conflict prevention and peace building activities
509 031
Number of people receiving basic social services
107 685
Number of people receiving nutrition assistance
446 143
Number of people receiving food-security related assistance
13 882
Hectares of land benefitting from improved agricultural management
397
Number of social infrastructure built or rehabilitated
912
Number of MSMEs created or supported
172
Number of local governments and/or communities that adopt and implement local disaster risk reduction strategies
110
Number of job placements facilitated and/or supported
251 273
Number of people reached by information campaigns on resilience-building practices and basic rights
13 519
Number of staff from local authorities and basic service providers benefitting from capacity building for strengthening services delivery
1,80 M
Number of people having improved access to basic services
2
Number of cross-border cooperation initiatives created / launched or supported
38
Number of strategies, policies and plans developed and / or directly supported
126
Number of multi-stakeholders groups and learning mechanisms formed and regularly gathering
96
Number of planning, monitoring, learning, data-collection and analysis tools set up, implemented and / or strengthened
5
Number of field studies, surveys and other research conducted
80
Number of staff from governmental institutions, internal security forces and relevant non-state actors trained on security, border management, CVE, conflict prevention, protection of civilian populations and human rights
71
Number of returning migrants benefiting from reintegration assistance

Contracts

News & Stories

NEWS | 30 October 2018

Tafari gets a push out of poverty by benefiting from multiple trainings and funding, his community bears the fruits

Tafari Zewde's farm is regularly visited by other farmers to whom he teaches agricultural methods, such as compost use or irrigation. He is a farmer and father of six from Galcha Suke village, Ethiopia, who has received training, livestock and machinery through the REAL projects. This multiple support approach is...

 Immaculada GUIXE ANCHO and Tiruwork MOGES at the RESET stand, European Development Days, Brussels, June 2018 - @EU Immaculada GUIXE ANCHO and Tiruwork MOGES at the RESET stand, European Development Days, Brussels, June 2018 - @EU
NEWS | 07 June 2018

Gender & Resilience in Ethiopia discussed at the European Development Days

The EU Delegation to Ethiopia participated in the European Development Days 2018 with a webinar and a stand, showing strategies, approaches and tools from the Resilience Building Programme in Ethiopia (RESET) that have contributed to successfully mainstream gender and make more visible women and girls' contributions to resilience. Resilience has become...

Denkayehu Kassahun and Enbere Fentaw at the Gurumba Spring water-point in the highlands of Sekota, Amahara region, Ethiopia - @Danish Church AidDenkayehu Kassahun and Enbere Fentaw at the Gurumba Spring water-point in the highlands of Sekota, Amahara region, Ethiopia - @Danish Church Aid
NEWS | 04 May 2018

Clean water changes everything

It's early morning but Denkayehu Kassahun and Enbere Fentaw, two neighbourgs, are already on their way to the Gurumba Spring water-point in the highlands of Sekota, Amahara region of Northern Ethiopia. In 2017, this water-point was constructed by DanChurchAid (DCA) in collaboration with the local NGO Mekene Yesus (EECMY-DASSC) in...

Ayale Ejigu in her field of quinoa - @European UnionAyale Ejigu in her field of quinoa - @European Union
NEWS | 25 April 2018

Growing quinoa in Ethiopia

There was a shortage of rain this year. I sowed barley, sorghum, haricot bean and quinoa and it was from the quinoa harvest that I got a better yield,” explains Ayale Ejigu, a 50-year-old farmer living in a small village in Dehana, Amhara region.

Four years ago Danish Church Aid...

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