Some years, Ethiopia produces enough food to feed its population. But often, other factors - such as drought, soil erosion, poverty, lack of access to education and poor infrastructure - have held up this progress and have contributed to food insecurity and limited the livelihood opportunities of the Ethiopian people.

This case study shares how training by a Tearfund partner church inspired the formation of self-help groups across several villages, which have allowed participants of all faiths to save money together and use it to invest in things that have improved food security.

View or download this resource

Get this resource

Similarly Tagged Content

Share this resource

If you found this resource useful, please share it with others so they can benefit too.

Sign up now to get Footsteps magazine

Cover of Footsteps 112: Communicable diseases

A free digital and print magazine for community development workers. Covering a diverse range of topics, it is published three times a year.

Sign up now