Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project (DRDIP)

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[trx_sc_title title_style=”default” link_style=”default” title=”Background” subtitle=”((01.)) Background” description=”Ethiopia is one of the refugees hosting countries ranking first in Africa. The number of migrants (refugees) moving to Ethiopia is increasing annually. According to study made, currently more than 733,644 refugees are present in Ethiopia (UNHCR 2015). The areas where the refugees reside have harsh environment associated with shortage of rainfall, severe environmental degradation and poverty. The Development Response to Displacement Impacts Project is designed to mitigate the impact of refugee presence on local community through improved access to basic social
services, expanded economic opportunities, and enhanced environmental management for host communities. It is a multi-level and multi-sect oral investment program focusing on the impacts of the presence of thousands of refugees on the hosting communities in the five national regional states of the country (Afar, Benishangul-gumuz, Gambella, Tigray and Ethiopian Somali).” css=”.vc_custom_1591545125110{margin-top: 1.9vw !important;}”]
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[trx_sc_services type=”light” featured=”icon” featured_position=”top” hide_excerpt=”” no_links=”” no_margin=”” icons_animation=”” popup=”” cat=”144″ orderby=”post_date” order=”asc” title_style=”default” title_align=”center” link_style=”default” count=”4″ columns=”4″ title=”Annual progress performance” subtitle=”((02.)) Components” description=”DRDIP project has Four main components Component 1(Social and Economic Infrastructure and Services), Component 2 (Sustainable Environmental Management), Component 3(Support to Livelihood) Component 4 (Project Management, M & E and Learning). Their summary achievements are as flows: -“]
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[trx_sc_title title_style=”default” color_style=”inverse” link_style=”default” title=”Project Beneficiaries” subtitle=”((03.)) Summary” description=”The Project is implementing in five regional states and 16 woreda’s namely Afar (2 woreda’s), Tigray (3 woreda’s), Somali (4 woreda’s), Gambella (4 woreda’s) and Benshangulgumuz (3 woreda’s). Ethiopian Somali National Regional State (Dollo Ado, Bokolmayo, Awbarre and Kebribeyah) are the Woreda’s that the project will exertion the upcoming five years with the total of 31 Kebeles.”]

485,330
Direct beneficiaries
646,977
Indirect beneficiaries

In the Somali Regional State alone the figure stands as follows:

161,535
Direct beneficiaries
248,229
Indirect beneficiaries

[trx_sc_title title_style=”default” title_align=”center” link_style=”default” title=”Intervention Woredas, kebeles and beneficiaries” subtitle=”((05.)) Beneficiaries” description=”The Project is implementing in five regional states and 16 woreda’s namely Afar (2 woreda’s), Tigray (3 woreda’s), Somali (4 woreda’s), Gambella (4 woreda’s) and Benshangulgumuz (3 woreda’s). Ethiopian Somali National Regional State (Dollo Ado, Bokolmayo, Awbarre and Kebribeyah) are the Woreda’s that the project will exertion the upcoming five years with the total of 31 Kebeles. The number of direct project beneficiaries is 485,330 and the number of indirect project beneficiaries (displaced persons – refugees and returnees) is 646,977 (as of December 31-2015) totally there are 1,132,307 beneficiaries. In line with that the number of direct project beneficiaries in Somali regional state of Ethiopia is 161,535 and the number of indirect project
beneficiaries (displaced persons – refugees and returnees) are 248,229 totally 409,764 are the number of beneficiaries (Direct and Indirect).”]
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