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Since the Ethiopian famine of 1984 Partners for Change Ethiopia has changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of orphan and vulnerable children. We work closely with the poorest people and help them to find carers for orphans and to provide everything a child needs in order to live a healthy, stimulating life with opportunities to grow and flourish. We work with a wide range of partners to achieve this. Why not join us and make the difference to the life of an orphan child and become a part of this incredible African success story.


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All about The Child

Living in the eastern city of Dire Dawa, the Gende Tesfa community is one of the poorest in Ethiopia. Many years ago people in the community suffered from leprosy and the rest of the city kept away from anybody living there. Today, even though leprosy is no longer present people are still treated as social outcasts. Consequently poverty is terrible because people cannot get jobs and children have not been able to go to school.

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Many children in the communities we work in cannot go to school.


In the communities we work in children’s health is often badly affected by poor sanitation.


In the urban slum communities we work with children often go hungry.

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Launch of Partners for Change Ambassadors, Cambridge 13th July 2016

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