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Wednesday 2 June 2021

“PEACE AND EDUCATION IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING TO ACHIEVE OUR LIFE DREAMS”: ASMA’S STORY

Fifteen- year -old Asma is a grade seven student at Tuliguled primary school. She lives in Tuliguled village with her parents and three younger siblings. Every day, she wakes up early at 6:00 am. Before school, she prepares breakfast and fetches water. She goes to school with her three siblings 8:00 am. Asma likes her school. She is active in her class and serves as a class representative for seventh grade. 

Wednesday 2 June 2021

Starting anew and on the path to a better future; Beritu's story

 

Beritu,18, a recent returnee of a failed migration attempt to Saudi Arabia Starts her life anew. a third child and an only daughter to her parents, she sells tea and coffee to her customers in Deder town of Oromia Region where she lives with her parents and her three brothers. 

Beritu’s story in her own words (quotes):

Tuesday 18 May 2021

A Child in need; A mother indeed, Aberash & Hanna

Aberash,48, is a mother of two. Her son, Solomon had moved and works as a professional tour guide. Demekech and her adopted daughter Hanna live in Demeka town, Hamer district of the Southern Nations and Nationalities Peoples Region (SNNPR).    

Wednesday 7 April 2021

“Not get sick, Have a food in our belly…that’s all we want ”: Tina’s story

Wednesday 7 April 2021

Surviving Recurrent Droughts: Ibrahim’s Story

Ibrahim Mohammed (55)is a father of nine who lives in a small rural village called Abitu, located in Moyale district of the Oromia Region. 

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