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Out-of-school youth program
150 uses a set of criteria to identity Groups who show that they can use seed money as a start. Up Support for self-employment. This is to
create better livelihood options through social empowerment and Income generation by youth.
The activities of the in-school programs are to continue building appreciation and knowledge about Ethiopia's rich cultural biodiversity heritage
with students, teachers, the school community and their local authorities.
Cultural Biodiversity (The In-school CB Program)
Work with environment clubs in schools to help teachers and students realize the valve of biodiversity and It's Contribution to the cultural diversity and traditional lifestyles of local communities, and its contribution to Ethiopia's development
REDD+ Readiness in Ethiopia
ISD, with support from FCPF through Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA), prepared a series of Training of Trainers (TOT) to strengthen the capacity of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in REDD+ readiness.
The first round took place from August 21, 2017, to August 29, 2017, in Debre Zeit BONITA Youth Development Training Center. ISD engaged 6 CSOs that are working on REDD+ activities with local forest-dwelling communities. A total of 15 participants took part in the training.
The second round training for TOT took place from October 24, 2017, to November 2, 2017, in Addis Ababa, ISD’s Resource center. There were 19 participants from 11 CSOs who took part in the training.