Mrs. Michelle Kim, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Save the Children Korea has made an official visit to Save the Children in Ethiopia.
ENGINE launched the Academic Center of Excellence for Nutrition on April 2, 2015 at Hawassa University. The Center will contribute to the reduction of under-nutrition among women and children through innovative linkages in education.
The EVERY ONE campaign in Ethiopia, marked the 300 Days left to meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) targets in JigJiga, Somali Regional State.
USAID Food by Prescription activity culminates five years of achievements
ENGINE Plus is launched in Jigjiga city, Somali Regional State on February 23, 2015. The event marked the commencement of the expansion of the USAID funded multisectoral nutrition project - Empowering New Generations to Improve Economic opportunities (ENGINE), to Somali Region.
John Graham,Country Director of Save the Children in Ethiopia, had an interview with Capital, one of the major weekly newspapers in Ethiopia. John speaks about Save the Children’s programs, the change we have created in the lives of children and our focus in terms of supporting Ethiopia’s development.
Nyamuoch Koang, 17 years old has become head of seven of her siblings due to the fight that had broken out in their country of origin of South Sudan in December, 2013. She was separated from her mother and uncle and fled with her brothers and sisters. After 11 days of long walk, she entered to Ethiopia through Burbeiy. They currently reside in Letichor refugee camp in Gambella region.