Help life-saving to displaced People in Ethiopia

by Meseret Humanitarian Organization (MHO)
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Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Help life-saving  to displaced People in Ethiopia
Jun 10, 2022

Progress Report

Beneficiary     sheltered MHO  Rehabilitation cent
Beneficiary sheltered MHO Rehabilitation cent

War in the Northern part of Ethiopia and conflicts in Oromia and Benishangul Regions have impacted civilians and residents in terms of massive internal displacements, The expansion of the northern Ethiopia crisis beyond Tigray into neighboring Amhara and Afar regions has caused massive displacement Further to this, the recent fighting in the Afar region and Ongoing active fighting in Benishangul Gumuz in several other regions of the country, namely parts of Oromia and Benishangul Gumuz regions also caused the displacement of thousands of people. War and conflict Ethiopia's war not only resulted in huge human costs but also impacted civilians and residents in terms of widespread destruction of livelihoods, damage to agricultural productivity, and property assets.
As a result of having to resort to survival, many fled to urban areas like Bahirdar to seek assistance in great numbers A rapid assessment was conducted in by MHO during a recent visit to the region So far there are many displaced people from Amharal sheltered in public spaces, schools and meeting halls,. While others have set up temporary make-shift shelters, some are staying with relatives and others are out in the open. There is a huge gap in nutrition, food, WASH, NFIs, and health service provision, including mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) and protection. It is urgent to pre-position supplies, particularly access to basic services
.Further to this a rapid assessment conducted by MHO Urban Destitute support/UDS/ project in Addis Ababa shows that. there are many displaced people from different parts of the country including in Benishangul with no basic services sheltered in Addis in public spaces, while others have set up temporary make-shift shelters, In addition, there are about 70,000 forced returns from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) arrived in Addis Ababa, of which many not reach their areas of origin and many end up stranded in Addis Ababa

On top of this, there are an estimated 11,000 unassisted IDPs and refugees in Addis Ababa.
This created a new wave of humanitarian needs as Tigrai, the humanitarian situation continued to be dire with a high number of variable people in need of support while the response and available resources are still insufficient to meet the amounting needs in the region. This is further exacerbated by y ongoing hostilities and drought. . As a result not only do Communities living in conflict-affected districts of Ethiopia continue to face suffering from a lack of basic health services but also Communities having to resort to survival fled to urban areas due to conflict Particularly children and women among severely affected. To address this MHO as a front runner in Humanitarian activities and as the founder ‘Ethiopia’s Mother on helping Ethiopia's and helping impoverished women, MHO tried to raised 3000 through GlobalGiving platform to help life-saving to displaced families Although the raised money not sufficient given the current unmet humanitarian. Thanks to our generous donors, with this donation, MHO managed and reached out to 75 women with children by providing basic needs which include nutrition, food, shelter, clothes and WASH, NFIs, and health and psychological support for displaced children who have been suffering from psychological trauma and lack other basic needs. We, Ethiopians, recall with great pride and a sense of gratitude that the individual and corporate donors and GlobalGiving have been financially supporting affected communities constituting key vulnerability within the context of looming humanitarian crises facing increased exposure to different risks including gender-based violence due to inadequate service provision

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Million Thanks GlobalGiving new grants to MHO entitled Tigray Famine and Crisis disaster fund. Now we finalized everything and are prepared to reach out to Tigrai to provide aid and relief to people impacted by these crises through our ALREADY established humanitarian platform and using our established trust reputation with different communities and good rapport among Ethiopian people while providing holistic services to 130 impoverished mothers and 250 children presently sheltered in two MHO 2 Rehabilitation centers in Addis Ababa until they return back to their normal l life and reunify with their families and communities
Once again on behave of Ethiopia People, recall with great pride and a sense of gratitude that the GlobalGiving for standing with the Ethiopian People during this critical juncture in a situation Ethiopian are currently differently affected by the compounding effect of war and multiple humanitarian crises, conflict, natural disasters, severe droughts, ethnic and religious tension, food shortages, famine, and COVID-19. Your contribution to GlobalGiving has been always glorified in Ethiopian Humanitarian Assistance.


Once again on behave of Ethiopia People, recall with great pride and a sense of gratitude that the GlobalGiving for standing with the Ethiopian People during this critical juncture in a situation Ethiopian are currently differently affected by the compounding effect of war and multiple humanitarian crises, conflict, natural disasters, severe droughts, ethnic and religious tension, food shortages, famine, and COVID-19. Your contribution to GlobalGiving has been always glorified in Ethiopian Humanitarian Assistance

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IDP childern providing clothes
IDP childern providing clothes
Beneficiary     sheltered MHO  Rehabilitation cent
Beneficiary sheltered MHO Rehabilitation cent
Food prvsion services for IDP
Food prvsion services for IDP
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one of girl project beneficiarie
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woemn with chidl benfi
provide school materials
provide school materials
MHO Director at IDP site what dire situation in th
MHO Director at IDP site what dire situation in th
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Meseret Humanitarian Organization (MHO)

Location: Addis Ababa,, Addis Ababa - Ethiopia
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Project Leader:
Habte Beyene
Addis Ababa,, Addis Ababa Ethiopia
$2,352 raised of $400,000 goal
 
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