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Ethiopia PSEA Training, IEC and Suvivor Support Resources Published


The interagency Ethiopia PSEA Network has developed a contextualised training package for focal points and clusters, IEC materials for both stakeholders and affected communities, as well as survivor-support resources:

  • Ethiopia PSEA Network Training Package 
    The training package has been designed and adapted for the Ethiopian context to support the delivery of in-person trainings to improve knowledge, understanding, and skills of PSEA focal points, clusters, and key (implementing) partners.  
  • Ethiopia PSEA Network IEC Materials
    The Ethiopia PSEA Network has developed national and regional level information campaign(s) with linked information, education and communication (IEC) materials. The information campaign(s) is two-fold, targeting both stakeholders as well as affected populations (two cultural contexts available). All IEC materials, as a part of the campaign, have been made available in Amharic, Tigrinya, Afaan Oromo, Somali, and English. Any use of the materials (including adaption or modification of artwork) should be requested to the PSEA Coordinator (
    Maria Kjersem Overview of the campaign and materials can be accessed through the link above. 
  • GBV Pocket Guide: Survivor Support  (in 5 languages)
    This pocket guide is intended to provide non-GBV specialists with concrete and practical information on how to support a survivor of gender-based violence in a context where there is no gender-based violence actor available. It is the result of a joint effort between UN Women, UNICEF and UNFPA on behalf of the Ethiopia PSEA Network, endorsed by the Ministry of Women, Children, and Youth Affairs. 

For more resources developed by Ethiopia PSEA Network, please visit: 
Ethiopia PSEA Network all available resources
Ethiopia Country Dashboard


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