Education

Tuesday 14 November 2017

Save the Children in Ethiopia Receives Award for Adaptive Management

The Sponsorship Program in Ethiopia received the global sponsorship award in “recognition for a focus on children” and exemplary management of the 2015-2016 school year in West Showa.

Wednesday 18 October 2017

“I learn a lot of things from the stories”

Azmera, nine, is a second grade student in Dalbo Wogane Primary School. She was a slow language learner at the beginning. But after she joined the reading camp in her school, Azmera has substantially improved her reading and writing skills.

Wednesday 9 August 2017

“No longer afraid to read”: Dinknesh’s story

“My reading and writing abilities have changed a lot after joining the club,” says Dinknesh Solomon, a grade 2 student participating in the READ Community Outreach program funded by USAID.

Wednesday 8 February 2017

My life could have tragically ended in the Mediterranean

Wednesday 8 February 2017

I wish my friends could get the trainings I got through POTENTIAL

The business in the picture is a boutique owned and run by Tsegaw Haile in Maychew Town. The boutique in its current capacity is worth 80,000 Birr. This is not the only business Tsegaw owns and runs. He also has another boutique in the same town worth 25,000 Birr. In addition to the two businesses, Tsegaw has saved 15,000 Birr in ‘equb’ (local saving scheme). He attributes all to POTENTIAL and the trainings he received from the project.

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