CARE in the News NPR: Aid Groups In Ethiopia Reshape Approach In New Era Of Climate Change
NPR: Aid Groups In Ethiopia Reshape Approach In New Era Of Climate Change
A widespread drought – the worst in 50 years - is severely impacting Ethiopia. NPR Correspondent Gregory Warner traveled to the country to learn how the population of mostly farmers is coping. The story includes an interview with CARE Ethiopia’s Teyent Tadesse, describing the importance of CARE’s work to build drought-resilient communities. The reporter also interviewed Chaltu, a CARE Village Savings and Loan Association member that, when her crops failed, turned instead to raising chickens to make a profit off the eggs. Listen to the segment here.