Tittle Test

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gvvo6vUpJRc&ab_channel=MarquesBrownlee

 

According to Gary Chapman’s theory of love languages, different people need different things in order to feel loved. Some people will feel most appreciated when they spend quality time with their loved ones, while others prioritize physical touch, and still others need words of affirmation in order to feel truly cherished. Show your affection to your partner in their preferred manner, the theory goes, and it will go a long way toward reducing conflict.

According to Gary Chapman’s theory of love languages, different people need different things in order to feel loved. Some people will feel most appreciated when they spend quality time with their loved ones, while others prioritize physical touch, and still others need words of affirmation in order to feel truly cherished. Show your affection to your partner in their preferred manner, the theory goes, and it will go a long way toward reducing conflict.


Past Projects

Right Here Right Now 2 (RHRN2)

This Right Here Right Now 2 (RHRN2) program is expected to be implemented from year 2021-2025 with strategic objective aimed at enabling the young people in all their diversity enjoy their sexual and reproductive health and rights in gender-just societies. The RHRN2 program drive motive is to bring…

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BSRP

Building Self Reliance Program

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I Know I Can!

Since 2014, Development Expertise Center (DEC) has been implementing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) projects entitled ‚ÄúI Know I Can! Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health for informed Decision (I-KIC)‚ÄĚ with the support from the David and Lucile Packard Foundation in Oromia‚Ķ

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Pastoralists

Civil society fund III (CSF III) Title: Strengthening Pastoralists’ Livelihood, Resilience and Adaptation to Villagization in project areas Project Objectives: Increased access of villagized pastoralists to basic services in the project area Improved economic resilience of pastoralists living in…

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Making the Most of What We Know

Background of the Project: The ‚ÄėMaking the Most of What We Know‚Äô is a learning process both within and beyond More Than Brides Alliance that systematically combines research evidence with implementation experience on the topic of the links between female adolescent sexuality and child marriage in‚Ķ

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GUSO Project Objectives & Implementation

Get Up speak Out (GUSO) Project

Back Ground of the projects

The Ethiopian Alliance for the Get Up Speak Out [GUSO] Program is composed of Development Expertise Center (DEC), Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia (FGAE), Talent Youth Association (TaYA), and Youth Network for Sustainable Development (YNSD) which is under implementation in Addis Ababa City Administration primary schools.

Objective of the program

The GUSO objective is to address the Health related challenges among the target groups of young people from 10 to 24 years of age primarily engaging them and thereby reducing barriers that hinder their genuine or meaningful participation.

Target groups and beneficiaries

Adolescent girls and boys aged from 10-24 in upper primary schools

Where we implement those projects

Addis Ababa City Administration

Successes

Successful in providing Comprehensive Sexual Education (CSE) at School level

Innovation

Able to digitalize Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) manual or “Meharebe Manual)


Pastoralists Livelihood Development

Civil society fund III (CSF III)

Title: Strengthening Pastoralists’ Livelihood, Resilience and Adaptation to Villagization in project areas
Project Objectives:

  • ¬†Increased access of villagized pastoralists to basic services in the project area
  • ¬†Improved economic resilience of pastoralists living in the project area
    Implementation area:
  • Gelealo, Aysaita and Gewane Districts, Afar Regional State, Ethiopia
                       Project Beneficiaries:
  • 6,226 households from the six kebeles, 240 agro-pastoralists, 180 youths and 480 women in Aysaita, Gelealo and Gewane districts of Afar Region will benefited.

SINCE

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Within the framework of the SINCE program, SINCE Amhara project aims to reduce irregular migration by improving access of the most vulnerable women and youth to quality TVET training and enhancing the capacity of industrial clusters to create additional decent job opportunities. The project is funded by the European Union and contracted by the embassy of Italy in Addis Ababa. SINCE Amhara project is being implemented in Eastern Amhara by EDUKANS, DEC, CIFA, CETU and Hope Enterprise. The project contributes to EU Trust Fund's objectives to create greater economic and employment opportunities, especially for young people and women, with a focus on vocational training, public private partnership and investment, reinforcement and further development of existing value chains, as well as the reinforcement of cluster of micro and small enterprises.Read more


Her Choice

Background

This project is implemented in Ahmara, Oromia and SNNP and DEC is working as technical partner.

Objective

The clear objective of Her Choice project is to create an enabling Environment for the girls in school environment.

Target groups and beneficiaries

Adolescent girls and boys aged from 10-24 in upper primary schools

Where we implement those projects

Ahmara, Oromia and SNNP

More than Bride Alliance Learning Coordinate, Youth Lead Research

Background

This project is implemented as a Research taking project by DEC

Objective

The clear objective of this objective is to undertake research in CM working Alliances as a Technical Partner

Target groups and beneficiaries

Technical Partners working on Child Marriage (CM)

Where we implement those projects

Amhara and Addis Ababa City Administration