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Weebsayitii bu’aa qabeessa fi beekumsaan kan foyyaa’ee

Kayyoon weebsayitii kanaa qo’annoo kallattii adda addaa jiran  beekumsa fi ogeessotan bakka tokkotti fiduun  walitti dhufeenya gaarii uumuudha.

Weebsayiitiin kun harkaa caala bu’aa qo’annoo kan ibsuu yoo ta’uu dabalataniis hirmaana qo’annoo, beekumsa waljijjiiraa fi qophiiwwan ni kennu. Keessatu seera luboota fi barumsaa Tiyoloojii, dhimma amantaa ta’an, miidhaa adaa qabessaa ittisuu irratti qo’annawwanii fi qophii foyya’ee  argamaan haa ta’uutti  kitaabotaa fi qo’annoon kun  piroojektii  biyyatti rawwaatan ogeessoota qofaa banaa ta’aa.

Akkasumas miidhaa addunyaa guutuu  dhorkuuf/ hambisuuf  kan dandeessisuu dandiiwwan qo’annoo  beekumsa kenna Piroojektiin kun Ammariffan, Tigriffaan  fi Ingiliffan kan maxxanfamuu yoo ta’uu, akkumaa haalattin  afaan hawaasan qopha’uu danda’a.

Dabalataan dubbbisuu furtuu gad qabaa

Riqichaa ijaaru

Beeksisaa: Project dldl/ድልድል meets its first milestone: 100+ EOTC clergy trained on domestic violence

We are pleased to share with you that project dldl/ድልድል in collaboration with the Ethiopian Orthodox Church Development and Inter-Church Aid Commission (EOC-DICAC) in Ethiopia has now trained about 110 clergy members of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. This is an important milestone as we have completed half of the workshops we plan as part of one of the project’s main intervention components in Ethiopia.

The workshops were designed by Dr Romina Istratii on the basis of long-term anthropological research with EOTC clergy in Ethiopia and seek to improve their understanding of domestic violence in rural communities and help them to identify how religio-cultural discourses and norms can contribute to the problem, but also the need for theology-informed teaching to address some of the manifold contributing factors and the resourcefulness of spirituality in coping with and responding to intimate partner abuse. In addition to presenting on the ethnographic realities and communities’ own understandings of and attitudes towards domestic violence, the workshops include theological material to clarify Church teachings on marriage-related issues and domestic violence, safeguarding training and legal and referral information relevant to the participants. The workshops are delivered in Amharic and include reflection exercises, group activities and scenario and case studies to achieve a more interactive approach and to facilitate real-time learning.

For those interested to study or share this content, a summary can be found on our website under Resources>Clergy and Seminarians in English and Amharic.

Buusuuf

Piroojektiin kun qo’annoo United Kingdom fi Innoveshiniin kan deegramuu yoo ta’uu gara fulduraatti  duraa ta’aan leenjii fi deegarsaa ‘Dildil’ qo’annoo amantaa, saala, misooma fi fayyaa hawaasa dararaa adaa qabessa  dhorkuuf keessattu Itiyoophiyaa, Ertiriyaa  fi United Kingdom  qo’annoo harra piroojektii kan jedhuun kan dhabbateedha. /Grant Retine / T043350/1/, akkasumas Harry Frank Guggenheim faawundeeshinii (deeggarsa qo’annoo 2019) kan godhamuufi.

Qo’annoon polisii  UKRI  mijawaa ta’uun beekumsa warra gita bitootta yaada isaanii bilisaa baasuun kan dalagamuu yoo ta’uu, kallattii kanaan warra jiran bu’aa qo’annoowwanii   poolisii warra fayyadamaniif  kan eeyyamu ta’a. Bu’aawwan maxxansa V-F-P- Creative  Commons Attribution Non commercial /CCBY-Nc-4.0/ . addunyaa guutuu eeyyama hawaasa kan bahuu dha.  Eyyamnii kun bu’aa maxxansa waliin makamee beekumsa mataa isaa dabalatee daldalaaf hin oolu jechuun eyyamaa jalatti hiruun/kenuun / kan danda’uu hojii  dhuunfaa  argachuuf hin oolu.

Bu’aa qo’annoo keessanii  maqaa guutuu, waggaa fi iddoo itti maxxafamee ibsamuun irra jiraa. Kun kan ta’uu piroojektiin Dildil, qo’annoo amantaa , saala, misooma  fi fayya hawaasa  midhaa biyya keessatti  uumaanii hawaasa amanta hordofu  irra dhorkuuf UK qo’annoof kan hojjatan  gara fuulduraatti ni dhufaa.  Fuula kana irratti ergawwan  bahan ykn dadaarban dhabbile UKRI fi HFG bakka bu’aan mitti.