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Ethiopia - Immediate Humanitarian Funding Priorities (April-June 2019)

Overview

The humanitarian context in Ethiopia continues to evolve rapidly, mainly due to pockets of inter-communal conflict across parts of Ethiopia. As of January 2019, around 3 million people remain displaced and are likely to require continued humanitarian assistance throughout the year regardless of their location. Though the average meher harvest replenished household stocks in meher producing parts of the central and western Ethiopia, in portions of the eastern lowlands of Oromia, eastern Amhara and southern Tigray, and conflict affected areas of SNNPR, and Oromia, meher production is below average and access to food for the majority of households is constrained.1 Areas of concern (areas with high number of displacements) include East/West Wollega, Kamashi, Gedeo/West Guji, and Central/North Gonder. (Read more . . . )

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Organization(s): 
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Original Publication Date: 
29 Mar 2019
Document type: 
Humanitarian Programme Cycle
Location(s): 
Ethiopia
Theme(s): 
Humanitarian Assistance
Humanitarian Financing
Disaster(s)/Emergency: 
Ethiopia: Drought - 2015-2019