Where We Are
In the expansive tapestry of Ethiopia, IHS is steadfastly dedicated to extending its humanitarian reach to regions facing multifaceted challenges. With a strategic focus on creating sustainable impact, IHS is actively involved in diverse projects across the Afar, Amhara, Oromia, Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR), and Tigray regions. Each region, marked by its unique cultural, social, and geographical characteristics, presents distinctive challenges that demand tailored interventions.
In Afar, where water scarcity poses a recurring threat, IHS has implemented water systems management projects, drilling boreholes, and providing emergency education to conflict-affected children. The Amhara Region, rich in cultural heritage, witnesses IHS initiatives ranging from early childhood education to livelihood support, promoting education and empowering the community. Meanwhile, in the vast expanse of Oromia, IHS addresses displacement issues through community-based child protection and livelihood-focused projects like vocational skills training.
Moving to the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples’ Region (SNNPR), IHS tackles diverse needs through WASH initiatives, vocational skills training, and community-based approaches that empower local residents. Amidst the challenges posed by conflict in the Tigray Region, IHS remains at the forefront with emergency education, water system management, and a strong emphasis on psychosocial support. These regional interventions reflect IHS’s commitment to holistic development, fostering resilience, and making a lasting difference in the lives of communities throughout Ethiopia.