World Vision Ethiopia


 Recent Quarterly Newsletters

  • Quarterly Newsletter, June 2017 -  download 
  • Quarterly Newsletter, March 2017 - download 
  • Quarterly Newsletter, October 2016download

Other publications 

  • Averting Flood Threats: The flood mitigation and community resilience (FMCR) project Download
  • Easing women’s life with energy efficient cook stove: World Vision’s focus on climate change is centered on the need to enrich livelihoods through improved household food security, and enhanced responsiveness, resilience and recovery to natural disasters that plague household agricultural productivity and production. In relation to introducing efficient technology to improve access to clean cooking, World Vision Ethiopia to date has disseminated more than 98,340 improved cook stove.Download 

  • El Niño in Ethiopia:Testing the lessons of El Niño past : - The past year has been tough for Ethiopia. The country faced it’s worst drought in 50 years. In October 2015 World Vision declared Category III (CAT III) response with an appeal of $22m to fund emergency, WASH, Health and Nutrition, Education and Child Protection, General Food Distribution and Food Security/ livelihood protection programmes. As the number of people affected grew over subsequent months, the appeal was revised to $38m and $48m in February and April 2016 respectively. By September, $43 million (cash and food value) has been secured from various donors, benefitting over 2.6 million people. Download

  • Flooding was the severe challenges for Libo Kemkem District of Amhara Regional States of Ethiopia. The Rib River that flows crossing the district overflowed and brust its banks between July and November. It used to inundate eight kebele residents affecting more than 45,000 people. It was washing away the sprouting seeds over 10,000 hectare of farmland, damaging 1,800 hectare of communal land, displaced people with and their cattle, took away the lives of cattle and people every year. The Flood Mitigation and Community Resilience project with an aggregated budget of birr 76.5 million (US$3.4 million) has benefited 49,000 people through integrated intervention that minimized disaster risks and maximizes development gains. Download 

  • World Vision Ethiopia celebrated its 40th years of anniversary on December 15, 2015. World Vision started from managing a project targeting street children and is one of the biggest humanitarian and development organization in Ethiopia. This year marks World Vision’s 40 years of service, commitment, dedication and support to the children and communities in Ethiopia. This magazine highlights World Vision Ethiopia’s journey in 40 years’ period and more. Download

  • A cup of water: Stories help us to understand in ways that facts and statistics alone never will. In this book we will hear from children in East Africa. Their stories, written in their own words, show us that our work is so much more than just providing clean water to drink. It is about safety, cleanliness, beauty, livelihoods, education, resilience, equity, justice, human rights and more. Download

  • Practicing Faith: “Four stories from Ethiopia” “Practicing Faith”: four stories from Ethiopia,” which captures best practices, models and achievements of faith leader engagement to improve maternal health. Download

  • Safeguarding Child Well-Being Through Economic Empowerment: World Vision’s economic development approach is focused on value chain development including equipping and empowering producer groups, strengthening market linkages, building business skills, encouraging savings, and creating access to credit. This booklets highlight one of WVE projects on economic development. Download Full Booklet

  • Ethiopians Fighting Against Child Exploitation (E-FACE):E-FACE is a project working on child protection to prevent and respond to exploitation, neglect, abuse, and all other forms of violence affecting children.  This booklet highlights some of the outcomes of the projects. Download Full Booklet

  • Helping Children Survive Crises:  World Vision Ethiopia (WVE), one of the UNHCR/ARRA implementing partners, has been on the scene since late 2011 in the Ethiopian refugee program and it’s currently engaged in three refugee camps - Buramino, Tongo, and Tierkidi responding to the Somali, Sudanese, and South Sudanese refugees fleeing violence and drought in their countries. The booklet shows how WVE uses different approaches to enhance refugees’ adaptation to the new environment. Download Full Booklet

  • “In the Midst of Water: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in Ethiopia” -- Water, Sanitation and Hygiene is one of the six key strategic focus areas of World Vision Ethiopia and one sector which has seen significant progress over the past six years. As part of its knowledge management focus, the organization has published a book entitled, “In the Midst of Water,” which captures models and achievements in the sector. (June, 2015) Download Full Document


  • Case study: “Accountability is a mirror that shows not only your face, but also your back.” Download

  • Causes of low skilled-birth attendance coverage: In Selected Woredas(districts) of Amhara, Oromia and SNNP Regions: This study was a benchmark for the three-year campaign dedicated to the Millennium Development Goal (MDG) 5’s 2015 target for improved maternal health, launched by World Vision Ethiopia (WVE). This assessment presents the results of WVE’s research and informs policymakers and implementers of the GTP and CHN of the contributing factors impeding skilled birth attendance (SBA) in the Amhara, Oromia, and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ (SNNP) regions. The study measured the existing benchmarks for SBA and related practises; reviewed the level of implementation and influence of existing national and regional health policies linked to skilled birth delivery; examined health facilities (HF) service availability and evaluated the causes of low skilled delivery coverage using policy gap, knowledge attitude and practise, and readiness assessments. Download full report

  Quarterly Newsletters Archive  

  • Quarterly Newsletter, June 2016 - download
  • Quarterly Newsletter, March 2016 - download
  • Quarterly Newsletter, April 2015 - download
  • Quarterly Newsletter, January 2015 - download
  • Quarterly Newsletter, July 2014 - download
  • Quarterly Newsletter, April 2014 -  download