Tag: Nuru Ethiopia

Prior to launching the co-creation process for Nuru Ethiopia’s Agriculture Program in February 2013, Nuru International held a summit at Stanford University to…

The Leadership Program welcomes Brian Viani and Paige Belt, the new Program Facilitators for Nuru Kenya and Nuru Ethiopia respectively. It struck me…

Part of designing an impactful program is learning from other past and present programs’ experiences. There is a wealth of knowledge about “development”…

Since the mid-twentieth-century, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and governmental organizations have been active in development projects throughout the underdeveloped world. Most of these interventions…

In February 2013, Nuru International held interviews with applicants from all over Ethiopia who were interested in working in the new Nuru Ethiopia…

In February 2013, Nuru International’s project in Ethiopia transitioned into the early phases of field implementation. In this update, I introduce Douglas La…

We are off to a great start for Nuru Ethiopia here in Gamo Highlands. The team has been on the ground with me…

On 24 February 2013, a new chapter in Nuru’s mission began: Nuru started a second country project in Ethiopia. This expansion is the…

2013 is a busy year for our Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) team at Nuru International. We are launching an M&E component into Ethiopia…

In the Nuru International Agriculture Program, I often find myself planning and anticipating what’s to come: the next few years, the next season,…