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Below is an outline for a project for vulnerable women and their children as met in the streets and brothels of Gode. The Somali Region is the most eastern and second largest of the nine Ethiopian regions. Life and survival revolves around livestock, with people constantly moving about in the interests of their livestock. Rural livelihoods in the SRS are changing; the region is witnessing large-scale transition in the form of rapid social, economic, and political transformation, caused by changes in the political landscape at national and regional level, increasing scarcity of resources, the adoption of farming as a complementary livelihood system, and increasing resource use conflicts.
The most visible manifestation of this transition is in the shift away from pastoral activities towards more agro-pastoral and farming activities. The lack of rain is the biggest threats for the cereal plantations. The lack of economic resources does not allow neither to the authorities nor the communities to use the resource of the Webi Shabeelle River that crosses along Gode. On the other hand, the town is also the place where thousands of young men from other parts of Ethiopia move for military service.
As a consequence of their presence in the town, many young ladies work as prostitutes, contracting diseases and exposing their children to the life of the bars and brothels. Millions of people have no access to basic services.
In spite of the high poverty levels, the population is also affected by the insecurity of the region, because of the conflict with Somalia. It is a long duration violent conflict between two armed rebel groups and the Ethiopian army. As a consequence, thousands of people from Somalia run away from the conflict and the draughts, arriving in Gode and the surrounded areas. Anyone walking the streets with eyes and ears attentive to the reality of a town such as is Gode; becomes instantly aware of the relentless need of mission, to reveal to every man, woman and child, the merciful love of a God they do not know.
The Church made its presence known in the local community during the construction on site, by visiting people in the town. Often called to visit someone sick, this has paved the way to make contact with those who have nothing and no one to take care of their basic needs. Apart from playing with the children and speaking with their mothers, we have used these conversations to discover vulnerable members of the community.