|Photo Story of Teka GebreMichael Tigray Region Ethiopia 2013
|Teka GebreMichael, 67 years old is a farmer and father of seven children, three boys, and four girls. He looks after his fruit and vegetable garden located at Maydaero village of the Tigray region.
|Case Study of Mulu Berhan Tigray Region, Ethiopia Dec 2013
|Mulu Berhan, 26, is a teacher and acting school principal at Dongolat first cycle elementary school in Dongolat village, of the Tigray region. Mulu has been teaching in this school for the last four years.
|Case Study of Kinfu Yitbarek Tigray Region, Ethiopia 2013
|Kinfu Yitbarek father of five children, four boys and one girl lives in a small rural village called Maicheka in the Tigray region of Ethiopia.
|Case Study of Gidey Nigus Tigray Region, Ethiopia Dec 2013
|Gidey Nigus, 26, is a mother of two boys and lives in the small rural village called Maicheka, in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. She is a member of the School Parent and Teachers Association (PTA).
|Case Study of Bayray Tesfay Tigray Region, Ethiopia Dec 2013
|Bayray Tesfay married and father of three children lives in a small rural town called Dongolat which is located on the main highway that connects Amhara to Tigray region of Ethiopia.
|Case Study of Alganesh Milash Tigray Region, Ethiopia
|Alganesh Milash, 41, is a widow and mother of six children (three boys and three girls). They live in the small rural village called Beati-aqhor, in the Kilte-awlaelo district of the Tigray region, Ethiopia.
|Case Study of Abeba Tesfay Tigray Region, Ethiopia Dec 2013
|Abeba Tesfay mother of six children is 37 years old. She lives in Maicheka village in Tigray region of Ethiopia with her five boys. All of her five boys are currently enrolled in Maicheka primary school whereas the oldest son goes to Mekele to attend his high school education.
|Case Study of Abadit Abreha Tigray region, Ethiopia Dec 2013
|Abadit Abreha is a student in grade seven at Maicheka full cycle elementary school in Tigray region of Ethiopia. She is an active member of the school Health and Nutrition club that was established and supported by Save the Children.
|Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) Brief
|Save the Children provides life-saving WASH services in pastoralist, agropastoralist, and emergency contexts.
|Save the Children targets agrarian and pastoralist communities, working in tandem with the Federal Ministry of Health to ensure that children in Ethiopia have adequate access to nutritional resources.