Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (16 May 2022)-At a cost of $5.9 million, USAID launched a new five-year program named “EatSafe” to improve food safety in Ethiopia through bridging the nutrition system’s awareness gap.

According to The Ethiopian Herald, the initiative was launched in Hawassa, Sidama state capital, in the presence of leaders from USAID and the government; the program aims to improve the lives of Ethiopians by offering various community support in conjunction with various stakeholders.

Conducting highly requested research to better understand Ethiopia’s food safety-related concerns and influencing attitudes and behaviors among customers are the two key activities included in the program.


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