Wednesday 7 June 2017

“Twenty years of service to Ethiopia: Bidding farewell to John Graham”

As we bid farewell to our Country Director, John Graham, we wanted to pay tribute to his contribution to Save the Children and Ethiopia at large through a special edition of our newsletter. In an exclusive interview with our communications team, John discusses his experience with Save the Children, his moments of triumph and uncertainties, as well as what is next for him. Enjoy the read.

Thursday 13 April 2017

Saving premature babies in Konso: The story of Kele’s baby

During the eight month of her first pregnancy, Kele, 24, gave birth to her new baby girl at the nearby Berebrsa health center in Konso Woreda. The baby was born preterm and weighed 1000gm at birth.

Tuesday 14 March 2017

Save the Children in Ethiopia participates in the Global Goals World Cup tournament

On March 5, 2017, Save the Children in Ethiopia took part in the Global Goals World Cup tournament, in Nairobi.  The Ethiopia country office was represented at the games through “The Lucy”, all-girls amateur football team.  A photo and poster exhibition summarizing Save the Children’s work in Ethiopia was also shown at the side event of the tournament. 

The Lucy playing against the UN Environment Team

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.