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Our Mission: Save Lives and Support Self-Reliance

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Livelihood

Small-Scale Business Development

IHS is committed to promoting small-scale business development among crisis-affected and disadvantaged communities. We believe that these enterprises have the potential to create jobs, stimulate local economies, and improve living standards. Our small-scale business development initiatives encompass a range of support, from business training and mentoring to access to startup

Livelihood

Linkage with Microfinance Institutions

IHS understands that access to financial services is crucial for individuals to invest in their livelihoods and improve their economic well-being. In this regard, we actively engage with microfinance institutions, promoting financial inclusion among crisis-affected and disadvantaged populations. Our collaboration with microfinance institutions enables individuals to access credit, savings, and

Livelihood

Vocational Skills Training

IHS recognizes the value of vocational skills in opening doors to employment and self-employment opportunities. Through our vocational skills training programs, we equip individuals with practical skills that enhance their employability and income-earning potential. Our training covers a range of vocational areas, including but not limited to carpentry, tailoring, welding,

Livelihood

Business Skill Development (IGS)

IHS is committed to equipping individuals with the skills and knowledge necessary to become successful entrepreneurs. Business skill development, often coupled with Income Generating Activities (IGS), forms a vital part of our livelihood support initiatives. We understand that fostering economic independence is central to poverty alleviation and local economic development.

Food Security

Linkage and Networking

IHS understands that collaboration is key to achieving sustainable impact. To this end, we actively engage in linkage and networking activities, forming partnerships with local stakeholders, non-governmental organizations, and government agencies. These collaborative efforts facilitate the exchange of knowledge, resources, and expertise, ensuring that our food security and livelihood programs

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Food Security

Provision of Startup Inputs

At IHS, we recognize that empowering communities with the tools and resources they need to initiate sustainable livelihoods is a key aspect of poverty alleviation and local economic development. Our provision of startup inputs is a vital step toward fostering self-reliance among crisis-affected and disadvantaged populations. We actively support individuals

Food Security

Provision of Basic Food Items

One of the cornerstones of IHS's commitment to alleviating suffering and enhancing the well-being of crisis-affected and disadvantaged communities is the provision of basic food items. We understand that access to nutritious meals is a fundamental human right, and we are dedicated to ensuring that individuals and families have the

Water System Management

Borehole Drilling and Rehabilitation

Access to clean and reliable water sources is a lifeline for communities, and HIS Ethiopia is dedicated to enhancing this lifeline through our Borehole Drilling and Rehabilitation program. Our organization recognizes the vital importance of boreholes to our goal of providing access to safe water to as many people as

Sanitation and Hygiene

WASH Promotion Activities

Proper hand hygiene is a fundamental aspect of maintaining good health, and IHS Ethiopia is dedicated to promoting this essential practice through our Construction of Hand Washing Stations program. In Ethiopia, where limited access to safe water and sanitation contributes to the spread of communicable diseases, we recognize the vital

Sanitation and Hygiene

Construction of Hand Washing Stations

Proper hand hygiene is a fundamental aspect of maintaining good health, and IHS Ethiopia is dedicated to promoting this essential practice through our Construction of Hand Washing Stations program. In Ethiopia, where limited access to safe water and sanitation contributes to the spread of communicable diseases, we recognize the vital