Under its Literacy Boost initiatives, Save the Children has provided storybooks prepared in the local language to Filimon’s school – books with culturally appropriate content.
Roman was also awarded by the National Nutrition Coordinating Body for her great leadership and contribution on the national nutrition program implementation earlier in 2017.
This is an extraordinary story of a woman with an unparalleled perseverance; a woman who is leading mere ordinary life because a harmful traditional practice had unfortunately set limits to her potential as a child.
Save the Children in Ethiopia today on 26th May 2018 announces, with great sadness the death of its former Country Director and longtime friend of Ethiopia, John Graham.
As a result of discrimination, exclusion and a lack of funding, refugee children are five times less likely to attend school than other children in the countries to which they have moved.