At UNICEF Ethiopia, we say ENOUGH to children at risk of death in the first 28 days of their lives. We say NO to lack of access to healthcare; water, sanitation, and hygiene; and basic nutrition.
In order to address the multiple nutrition-related challenges in Ethiopia, UNICEF is supporting key interventions that will strengthen government ownership and national capacity.
Providing access to WASH services for children and mothers is a fundamental component of UNICEF’s work and is crucial for the fight against poverty.
We, at UNICEF Ethiopia, believe in access to good quality basic education especially in the most marginalised localities and to the most vulnerable groups including children in emergency situations.
Behind every statistic is a human being who deserves a better life. We, at UNICEF Ethiopia, work to ensure the rights of children are taken into consideration.
Evidence based policy making and budgetary choices for domestic investments in Ethiopian children and young people through redistributive and inclusive budgets, policies and social programmes
Emergency Coordination Unit works to coordinate UNICEF Ethiopia Country Office's support to Government of Ethiopia capacity for disaster risk reduction, mitigation, preparedness, response, & recovery.