Mosquito bed nets are a cheap and efficient way to prevent malaria. However, delivering these bed nets from warehouses located in regional hubs of Ethiopia to families living in remote areas of the country where there are no roads can be extremely difficult.
Meet Aberu Mamo, a farmer in Ethiopia. With USAID's support, villages like Aberu's are becoming more resilient to recurring drought, helping break the cycle of crisis and reduce the need for emergency food aid.
In the Tigray region, land degradation, deforestation and recurrent drought left watershed areas bare and unproductive, leading to food insecurity and the need for humanitarian assistance.