Save the Children is calling on the world’s richest nations to reaffirm and meet the commitments they made more than 40 years ago to provide 0.7% of their gross national income to official development assistance (ODA).
Ethiopian girls meet the Deputy President of Amhara region. Save the Children organised a meeting of 10 girls with Binalf Andualem, Deputy President of the Amhara Region on June 16, 2015.
Do you know anyone who has transformed thinking and action on nutrition?
John Graham, Country Director of Save the Children in Ethiopia wrote an article focusing on “The Urban Disadvantage” which is also the theme of the recently launched Save the Children’s annual State of the World’s Mothers Report.
Kalkidan, 16, is a student in eighth grade at Wosha Full Cycle Elementary School in Wondogenet district of the SNNPRs, Ethiopia. Kalikidan is a member of the school Health and Nutrition Club. This is a small group of students who work together to deliver tailored educational messages on health and nutrition to their fellow students through drama, songs and practical cooking lessons. The club members received training on homestead gardening and how to disseminate key messages on health and nutrition, that gave them the necessary skills to facilitate educational sessions to their peers.