As the largest region in Ethiopia, Oromia presents a diverse set of challenges, from displacement issues to educational gaps. IHS has strategically implemented projects to address these multifaceted concerns. In the realm of livelihood, IHS supports small-scale business development and vocational skills training, empowering individuals and fostering economic sustainability. Community-based child protection initiatives and awareness programs are also integral to IHS interventions, ensuring the protection and well-being of vulnerable populations in Oromia.
Recognizing the role of education as a catalyst for positive change, IHS places a strong emphasis on primary education initiatives. By providing scholastic materials and promoting inclusive education practices, IHS is actively contributing to breaking the cycle of poverty and creating opportunities for a brighter future in the Oromia Region.