Wednesday 8 February 2017

Creating employment while conserving the environment

In 2016, the youth of Tsibet Kebele, Endemehoni Woreda in Tigray region established “Lemlem Afaje Environmental Association.” The association has 13 members, of whom nine are women. Having completed their grade 10 education, all members were unemployed and lived with their families. None of them had a chance to pursue higher education or start their own business.

Wednesday 8 February 2017

“It was like being born again”: Halefom’s transformation through the POTENTIAL Project

Halefom Berhe, 23, is a charming young man from Tsibet Kebele, Endamehoni Woreda of Tigray Region. He completed grade 10 four years ago but remained jobless until he was targeted for POTENTIAL project. Following this, he received ‘Positive Youth Development’, ‘Work ready Now!’ and ‘Be Your Own Boss’ trainings from the project.

Friday 3 February 2017

Back to school: Educate A Child Project helps disadvantaged children stay in school

Friday 30 December 2016

“Little Sun”: How PAGES Project is helping girls in Afar do better at school

Hassna Mohammed is 13- year-old student in the seventh grade living in a remote village. She goes to school at Semsem Primary School in Afar Region, Ethiopia. Hassna has three sisters and a brother. Save the Children’s PAGES project provided Hassna with a solar lamp that helped her to study and do homework at night.

Tuesday 27 December 2016

Sponsorship program organizes program learning event and school visit

One of EECD center built by Sponsorship Program

Save the Children in Ethiopia's Sponsorship Program organized learning workshop and school visit from 5 - 7, December 2016 in Mekelle city, Tigray Regional State. The Sponsorship Program in South Eastern Tigray will come to an end in December 2016. The learning workshop and the visit is part of the program close out process.