Yihenew Alemu Tesfaye
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Water insecurity in 3 dimensions: an anthropological perspective on water and women's psychosocial distress in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson, LE Greene, KC Maes, A Ambelu, YA Tesfaye, ...
Social science & medicine 75 (2), 392-400, 2012
The impact of a small-scale irrigation scheme on malaria transmission in Ziway area, Central Ethiopia.
BP Solomon Kibret, Yihenew Alemu, Eline Boelee, Habte Tekie, Dawit Alemu
Tropical Medicine and International Health 15 (1), 41-50, 2010
Food insecurity among volunteer AIDS caregivers in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia was highly prevalent but buffered from the 2008 food crisis
KC Maes, C Hadley, F Tesfaye, S Shifferaw, YA Tesfaye
The Journal of nutrition 139 (9), 1758-1764, 2009
Community water improvement, household water insecurity, and women’s psychological distress: an intervention and control study in Ethiopia
EGJ Stevenson, A Ambelu, BA Caruso, Y Tesfaye, MC Freeman
PloS one 11 (4), 2016
A women’s development army: narratives of community health worker investment and empowerment in rural Ethiopia
K Maes, S Closser, E Vorel, Y Tesfaye
Studies in Comparative International Development 50 (4), 455-478, 2015
Using community health workers: Discipline and Hierarchy in Ethiopia's Women's Development Army
K Maes, S Closser, E Vorel, Y Tesfaye
Annals of Anthropological Practice 39 (1), 42-57, 2015
Physical condition of Olyset® nets after five years of utilization in rural western Kenya.
YTAT Paola Mejía, Hailay D Teklehaimanot
Malaria Journal 12, 158, 2013
Governance and functionality of community water schemes in rural Ethiopia
KT Alexander, Y Tesfaye, R Dreibelbis, B Abaire, MC Freeman
International journal of public health 60 (8), 977-986, 2015
Volunteers in Ethiopia’s women’s development army are more deprived and distressed than their neighbors: cross-sectional survey data from rural Ethiopia
K Maes, S Closser, Y Tesfaye, Y Gilbert, R Abesha
BMC public health 18 (1), 258, 2018
Household water insecurity is strongly associated with food insecurity: Evidence from 27 sites in low‐and middle‐income countries
A Brewis, C Workman, A Wutich, W Jepson, S Young, ...
American Journal of Human Biology, e23309, 2019
Irrigation and Socio-Economic Factors Related to Malaria Transmission in Ziway, Eastern Oromia Zone.
Y Alemu
Addis Ababa University, 2007
“If there is no water, we cannot feed our children”: The far‐reaching consequences of water insecurity on infant feeding practices and infant health across 16 low‐and middle …
RC Schuster, MS Butler, A Wutich, JD Miller, SL Young, ...
American Journal of Human Biology, e23357, 2020
Psychosocial distress among unpaid community health workers in rural Ethiopia: Comparing leaders in Ethiopia's Women's Development Army to their peers
K Maes, S Closser, Y Tesfaye, R Abesha
Social Science & Medicine 230, 138-146, 2019
Cash water expenditures are associated with household water insecurity, food insecurity, and perceived stress in study sites across 20 low-and middle-income countries
J Stoler, AL Pearson, C Staddon, A Wutich, E Mack, A Brewis, ...
Science of The Total Environment, 135881, 2019
Does volunteer community health work empower women? Evidence from Ethiopia’s Women’s Development Army
S Closser, H Napier, K Maes, R Abesha, H Gebremariam, G Backe, ...
Health policy and planning 34 (4), 298-306, 2019
The impact of an enhanced demand side sanitation and hygiene promotion on sustained behaviour change and mental well-being in Ethiopia
MG Delea, JV Garn, JS Snyder, M Linabarger, Y Tesfaye, MC Freeman
StevensonCommunityWaterImprovement. PDF
EGJ Stevenson, A Ambelu, BA Caruso, Y Tesfaye, MC Freeman
StevensonCommunityWaterImprovementS1Appendix. pdf
EGJ Stevenson, A Ambelu, BA Caruso, Y Tesfaye, MC Freeman
Malaria Transmission In Ziway, Eastern Shewa Zone, As Related to Irrgation Development
Y Alemu, E Boelee, B Petros, D Alemu, S Kibret
Impact of irrigation on poverty and environment in Ethiopia: draft …, 2011
School of Graduate Studies Department of Biology
E Guchi
Addis Ababa University, 2007
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