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Ethiopia – Population Movement

Vooruitgang: Finalisation
Budget: € 300000
Looptijd: 2019-04-29 - 2020-04-29


Ethiopia has been experiencing a wide spread internal population displacement since mid of 2018. Displacements are attributed to a combination of factors including, religious conflicts, inter-ethnic violence as well as border and boundary disagreements between ethnic groups in Ethiopia. One of the biggest IDP camp in Somali Region, Qoloji, is occupied by at least 80,000 ethnic Somalis fleeing from Oromia. 62,000 IDPs were forced to flee from Babile town following conflicts between Muslim and orthodox Christians in Jijiga. According to the DTM in addition to conflict related displacements at least 508,723 people are said to have been displaced due to climate induced factors, particularly drought. Displacement has a devastating impact on basic service delivery, including disruption of health and nutrition services, education and food security. Women, adolescents and children are disproportionally affected. The situation is further exacerbated in conditions with acute food insecurity and water-related diseases. Major humanitarian needs identified for IDPs are the provision of emergency shelter and household needs, emergency nutrition and WASH, including the prevention of Acute Watery Diarrhoea (AWD). Oromia, Amhara, SNNP and Somali regions


Inclusion. Shelter, Livelihoods and basic needs, WASH and Protection, Gender and inclusion (PG&I)


80,200 people to be assisted

Type ramp: Civil unrest and other situations of violence Material relief assistance and services Response
Donateur: The Netherlands Red Cross, Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken (BuZa)
Uitvoerende partners: International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

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