Sharing water between animals and people from unsafe sources. Goshebado, Basona Werana District, North Showa, Amhara Region. Lack of potable water nearby and disposal of excrements adjoining water sources are one of the major causes to health problems.
A tedious work of female family members to bring water from distant place. Maruf, Tokke-Kuttaye District, West Showa Zone, Oromia Region
Though Ethiopia has gone a long distance to provide primary education, some schools lack proper building, like Homi School in Abay Chomen District of Horo Guduru Wellega Zone.
Supplying water in the rural area doesn’t mean bringing water in front of every house hold. EDAE is trying to ease this burden by supplying donkeys to poor woman headed families like this in Bakello Kebele of Basona Werana District, North Showa Zone, Amhara Region.
Domestic animals are an important part in the life of the rural population. Most of EDA-Es water projects consider cattle trough like this in Jarre Water Supply Project in East Wollega, funded by Water Foundation with financial support of the German Federal Ministry for Development and Economic Cooperation.
A reservoir may be needed also to harvest rain water in semi-arid areas like this elevated one in Abuka School, East Badawacho District of Hadiya Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities & Peoples Region, funded by Halcrow Foundation UK
Some schools lack benches and tables. EDA-E has such problem in Weyra Amba School with the financial assistance of Finnish Embassy in Ethiopia.
Larger water projects need larger reservoirs like this one for Mutulu village in Tokke-Kuttaye District, funded by Water Foundation Germany
Inauguration ceremonies are the delight moments of all stakeholders like here at one of the 41 water points of Jaree Water Project funded by Water Foundation Germany with a financial assistance of the German Federal Ministry of Development and Economic Cooperation.
There is no surface water at a reasonable distance from Weyra Amba. Also the ground water level is very deep. A partial solution is made here by harvesting rain water and storing it underground in a 400 m3 masonry/concrete reservoir. The project was financed by Embassy of Finland.
Toilet with urine separator, built in Mutulu School and financed by Water Foundation, Germany.
Women that are victims of harmful tradition and gender violence are being supported through different income generating activities. Here they are participating at a purchase of goats in Benshangul Gumuz Region, financed by Swedish International Development Agency/Mothers & Children Multi-Sectoral Development Organization.
A four classrooms block financed by Halcrow Foundation, UK, built in Bakko Primary School.
Some of the collecting chambers integrate pump house like this one in Mulata Water Project in East Wellega, funded by Water Foundation Germany with the financial assistance of Rotary Club, Schwaebisch-Hall, Germany
Recently built toilets.