from ONE

Teaming Up Against Hunger
prepared by CNEWA staff
(From CNEWA WORLD May – June 2001)
A report on last year’s famine in Eritrea and Ethiopia and CNEWA’s response.

Hunger and Hope In Eritrea
text and photographs by Chris Hellier
(From CNEWA WORLD July – August 2003)
Recurrent cycles of drought and famine may be slowly but steadily ending

Forgotten War, Forgotten People
by Thomas McHugh
(From Catholic Near East April 1991)
A 30-year war has resulted in death, famine, and desperation. Will it ever end?

from News

Ethiopia’s Food Problems
news from ONE Magazine (13 November 2008)
While much of Ethiopia has thus far enjoyed rain and good harvests, the nation’s lowland areas have been hit by a prolonged drought that has accelerated already skyrocketing food prices, reported CNEWA’s regional director for Ethiopia, Gerald Jones.

from Blog Content

Inside East Africa’s Drought
Deacon Greg Kandra relates information received from Gerald Jones, CNEWA's regional director of Ethiopia, on droughts in the Horn of Africa.

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Picture of the Day: Care in Lean Times
A mother and her malnourished child visit the clinic run by the Daughters of St. Anne in Idaga Hamus, Ethiopia. (photo: Petterik Wiggers/Panos Pictures)

Picture of the Day: People of Afar
An Afar family sits at home in northern Ethiopia. In the Afar region, the drought has been deadly to livestock, a critical source of income and sustenance for residents. (photo: Petterik Wiggers)