Anticipatory action to mitigate the negative effects of drought shocks on the education of vulnerable populations in Debub A’ari and Dassenech Woredas of South Omo Zone(Ethiopia)
Anticipatory Action reduced school drop out before the eruption of a climate shock. It reduced impact on education disruption. The program integrated multiple elements to address children well being from a multisectoral perspective, promoting integrated outcomes. It operated on the demand side but had effects also on the supply side (mitigating effects on the school system). Prevention of risks decreased the cost of responding to exacerbated needs.
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