PHE Ethiopia Consortium Held its 10th General Assembly Meeting

PHE Ethiopia Consortium held its 10th General Assembly Meeting

 

The 10th Annual General Assembly Meeting of Population, Health and Environment Ethiopia Consortium (PHEEC) was successfully held on 23 March 2016 at Harmony Hotel in Addis Ababa. The meeting had entertained two major sessions, thematic and business, that dealt on multi-sectoral partnership, and on PHEEC’s organizational progress and planning respectively. The meeting had brought together around 80 participants from member and partner organizations including government officials..  For more Information Click Here 

Our voice: PHE Ethiopia Consortium Newsletter #10
This Newsletter provides an overview of important progresses in the aspects of capacity building, project implementation, and National and International engagements of PHE-EC from January to December 2015. This Newsletter has also presented some key lessons of experiences in the areas of protected areas shared management. View the Newsletter Here 

Eco-Region Newsletter, No 1,2016

on behalf of implementing consortium members (Farm Africa, SOS Sahel, Frankfurt Zoological Society, IWMI and PHE EC) of the Support for Horn of Africa resilience (SHARE) European Union Program project in Bale Eco-region (SHARE BER), we would like to present the Eco-Region Newsletter as part of the project’s activity to inform all stakeholders at Federal/regional governments’ on  progresses, achievements, lessons and best practices. .Read Full Story Here
Project Brief: Yayu Biosphere Reserve (July 2014 - June 2017)
This project is implemented with financial contribution from Conservation International Foundation (CIF) through Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF) Program and implemented by PHE EC and OFWE in partnership. View the project Brief In Full
Bale-Arsi Eco Regional Multi-Sectoral Taskforces Establishment Guideline
The guideline provides general guidance and create common understanding for SHARE BER implementing partners on how to address the complex eco region issues by establishing multi sectoral taskforces at all levels (kebele-national level) and is also designed to be process-specific rather than issue because we believe there are common elements to all successful cross-sector collaborations and to ensure that, this actionable guideline is accessible to all practitioners/ implementing partners working on a broad range of problems in different ways of collaborations . For more Information Click Here
SHARE-BALE Eco Region Project Communication and Visibility Strategy
This document outlines the way we want to achieve Share BER’s communication objectives. It will be used as a guide for choosing which activities and materials are anticipated to be most effective in fostering effective communications, to specific target audiences. Read the full strategy Here