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Tuesday 18 February 2020

Breaking Taboos around Reproductive Health: Bearly’s story

Bearly, 16, is a grade eight student at Dhaytuli Full Cycle Primary School in Dollo Ado district of the Somali region. A second born to her parents having six children, Bearly is among the top performing students at her school and a very active member of the Girls Club established and supported by Save the Children’s NORAD funded education project.

Tuesday 18 February 2020

State Minister and Education Cannot Wait Director Visit Damaged Schools; launch A multi-Year Resilience Education Program

 

 

On February 13, 2020, Her Excellency Tsion Teklu, State minister of Education and Yasmin Sherif, Director of Education Can’t Wait visited schools damaged by recent ethnic conflicts in Somali and Oromia regions.  

 

Tuesday 3 December 2019

The stark difference between Siblings – Good Nutrition

Tilahun and Shitaye are the proud parents of four beautiful, young girls who live in the towering, rainy hills of Bule District in southern Ethiopia. Genet, their youngest daughter, has grown up to be a strong, healthy two-year old and a hallmark for good nutrition in the neighborhood!

Tuesday 3 December 2019

The stark difference between Siblings – Good Nutrition

 

Tilahun and Shitaye are the proud parents of four beautiful, young girls who live in the towering, rainy hills of Bule District in southern Ethiopia. Genet, their youngest daughter, has grown up to be a strong, healthy two-year old and a hallmark for good nutrition in the neighborhood!

Wednesday 13 November 2019

Ethiopia Comemorates World Pneumonia Day

 

 

Pneumonia claimed the lives of 32,000 Ethiopian children under the age of five last year, or four children every hour, according to a new analysis.

 

Save the Children is calling for the Ethiopian government to urgently commit new resources to tackling the deadly disease.

 

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