Creating lasting and positive change in Ethiopia
Devastating drought hits Ethiopia
How your donation helps...
Gives a street child a nutritious breakfast and an informal education for one day.
Transport to and from hospital for one woman living in rural Ethiopia.
Will buy a walking or mobility aid for a child living with a physical disability.
Will buy a wheelchair for a child with a physical disability.
Breakfast AND schooling for a street child for 12 months.
Fistula surgery and holistic care at the Hamlin Fistula Hospital.
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What we do...
Ethiopiaid works with Ethiopians to help transform their lives. With our amazing supporters we work for an Ethiopia without poverty, in which every person enjoys the right to quality education, healthcare and a life of dignity.
How we do it...
We support our Ethiopian partners whose work addresses issues ranging from maternal health and women's welfare, to education and disability. We do this by securing funding for Ethiopian projects run by Ethiopian people. Ethiopia has made huge strides forward since the devastation and despair of the famines during the 1980s. We continue to drive this progression and development further through our trusted partnerships, ensuring that no one is left behind. If you want to learn more about the impact Ethiopiaid and our partners made during 2015, please read our most recent newsletter.
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Education for all
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