StS EDA - Ethiopia
The Self to Self Economic Development Association (StS EDA) wants to help boost planting of trees and other vegetation in southern Ethiopia to benefit both the climate and the economy.
Its goal is to increase income for poor farming families and others interested in plant cultivation, and to enhance awareness among rural people about the benefits of green cover for the climate, species diversity, animal fodder and human and animal wellbeing.
Whole families receive teaching about and practical experience with cultivating various plants, and six new schools are planned during 2017. These will be ecological, using natural fertiliser and dealing with insect pests manually.
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STARTUP FUNDING IN ETHIOPIA: A SHOP, A SHEEP AND A PLAN TO EXPAND
February 05, 2019
Her life was upended when her husband died. Now, Meselech Dude runs her own business, established with funding from StS EDA and The Kavli Trust.
Her own store with cash support
May 08, 2018
Finally, Etagne (36) received the opportunity to create her own business. With cash support from StS EDA and the Kavli Trust, and a free piece of land from her brother, she has established her own store.
Southern Ethiopia: – The cash support changed everything
January 26, 2018
"Before we began receiving cash support, we were poor, and our house was falling apart. Everything has changed now," says Yenealem Yedenna. With support from the Kavli Trust, StS EDA can carry out effective village development in southern Ethiopia.
Great happiness over others’ progress
December 20, 2016
Leading the Self to Self Economic Development Association (StS EDA) in Ethiopia makes Pastor Ketema Kamile deeply happy. “We help the poor, the disabled, the HIV positive, widows and divorced women with painful lives,” he explains.