Author: Paige Belt

Leadership Program Specialist — Paige comes to Nuru after completing her PhD in Social Anthropology from the University of Bristol. Prior to that, she worked with the indigenous Ngӓbe in rural Panama on implementing an eco-tourism project that would provide a significant source of income to a group experiencing extreme poverty.
Interested in working in Ethiopia? Here’s advice from an expat

A more appropriate name for this post would be something like: “11 Lessons from Living in Rural Southern Ethiopia for 2 years and…

Nuru Ethiopia Designs Local Healthcare and Education Programs

The Leadership Program team is currently helping to facilitate the Program Planning Process (PPP) for both the Healthcare and Education teams to design…

Developing Effective Teams—While Also Having Fun!

The Nuru Ethiopia Leadership Program is using fun activities to guide the Healthcare, Financial Inclusion and Education Programs toward building cohesive teams and…

Celebrating Nuru Ethiopia Leadership Team Success in 2014

What an amazing year. Looking back on everything that the team has worked through last year, we have had some incredible achievements. First…

Now that the Leadership team has completed the Financial Inclusion (formerly CED) Program Planning Process (PPP), we have more time to widen our…

The week of August 20th marked the end of the Program Planning Process (PPP) for our Community Economic Development (CED) program. It has…

It seems like just yesterday we had begun the Program Planning Process (PPP) with our Community Economic Development (CED) program. However, here we…

The following blog was written by Biruk Enaro, Leadership Training Manager at Nuru Ethiopia, describing a crucial part of the Program Planning Process….

It was a hectic previous month. In the past five weeks the Nuru Ethiopia Leadership team has finished leading Level 1 training for…

Creativity, inspiration and resolve. That’s the atmosphere here surrounding Nuru Ethiopia right now. We’ve just embarked on the journey to create our new…