IFA and Well Fed World meet with UN Agency Representatives, March 2013
Dr. Anteneh Roba and Ms. Seble Nebiyeloul, from IFA, and Dawn Moncrief, from A Well Fed World (WFW), met in March 2013 in Addis Ababa with representatives from United Nations Economic Commission, United Nations Environmental Program, United Nations Development Program and Food and Agriculture Organisation. Discussions took place on how IFA and WFW could work together with the various UN agencies in bringing IFA's Green Community Village concept to fruition in Ethiopia. The UN team pledged to support IFA in any way they could.
MOU between IFA and Amhara Development Association, January 2013
The MOU was signed between Amhara Development Association (ADA) and IFA in order to promote and facilitate greater collaboration in their common pursuit of Health Projects in Ethiopia. in particular, both organizations agreed to support and cooperate with each other in the fields of health, education, safe water and infrastructure projects.
MOU between IFA and World Vision Ethiopia, August 2012
IFA has officially signed a MOU with World Vision Ethiopia (WVE) to collaborate in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) projects, education, food security, and income generating training service. WVE, which has been assisting Ethiopians since 1975, operates a total of 67 Area Development Programs (ADPs). The two organizations have agreed to share their experiences, data, and publications with one another, in an effort to more efficiently achieve their common goals in bringing clean water, food, and education to Africans.
MOU between IFA and Well Fed World, July 2012
IFA and Well Fed World have agreed to work together on plant based nutritional projects in the future.
Collaboration Meeting between IFA and Voluntary Services Overseas, July 2012
On July 19, 2012, representatives from IFA and Yekatit 12 Hospital (Y12) met with Volunteer Service Overseas (VSO) to coordinate a training program for the nursing staff of Y12. The hospital had recognized the need to provide its nurses with the knowledge and experience to utilize medical equipment donated by IFA. In response, VSO has agreed to provide 3 volunteers to train the 27-person nursing staff at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit of Y12 in a one-week program that will focus on the management, care, and regular checks of the donated medical equipment. IFA also discussed the possibility of working with VSO in the future, collaborating on future projects in North Shoa province and working with them to train additional medical staff in these areas on the use of any equipment provided by IFA.