Building financial independence and alternative livelihoods in Ethiopia

  • By Christian Aid
  • 16/08/2017

Okminta Self-Help Group in matching dresses, bought with income from their group weeding service. Photo Credit Kim Morasse.

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This case study examines how the CIARE project is helping vulnerable communities in Ethiopia become more financially resilient.

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