Agenda recently worked with UN Women to facilitate the UN Secretary General’s directive to advance a multi-lingual, multi-ethnic communications campaign in Ethiopia reflecting the organization’s zero-tolerance policy for all aspects of sexual exploitation and abuse (SEA). This effort was in partnership with the Ethiopia Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) Network, an interagency group focused on educating and informing the direct and indirect beneficiaries of humanitarian action. Agenda worked with UN Women and the Ethiopia PSEA Network to develop a context-sensitive campaign focused on reliable and UN Women Ethiopia – Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse Campaign accurate information delivered through multiple communications channels to promote as much reach as possible for the campaign messages. Agenda’s materials have been used as key tools for engagement and accountability, as they communicate to beneficiaries the proper role of humanitarian services and assistance along with signs of SEA and appropriate avenues for reporting and accountability. Agenda worked with UN Women and Ethiopia PSEA Network from early 2020 through early 2021. The materials are currently being deployed in host communities in Oromia, SNNP, and Somali regions of Ethiopia.