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OUR MISSION

To empower the most disadvantaged communities in Ethiopia and neighbouring countries to end child poverty

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Tesfa Hope Campaign

  IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE CAMPAIGN   

we have opened a new Breakfast Club for 60 children we have given emergency aid to Internally Displaced Persons 

we have supported communities across Ethiopia

A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OUR SUPPORTERS

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Community for Displaced Persons Building a Camp of Hope 
 
Akima is one of many people forced to flee their homes.  We will provide food, fresh water and homes to build new communities. 

The next Breakfast Club - at Basso School.
Last year the breakfast club at Biruh Tesfa School Debre Birhan changed the lives of 60 children.  This year we are supporting Basso School.  They tell us that they have 87 children in their club.

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New Directions in Development

A better life for all 

We work with community groups, charities and government in many projects to reduce conflict, strengthen civil society and empower communities 

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Supporting women 

Self help groups bring women together in small groups. 

They support each in saving each week, then there is training and support in setting up

small businesses, with loans and ongoing support.  

These groups have helped thousands of poor families out of poverty. 

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Supporting women 

Self help groups bring women together in small groups. 

They support each in saving each week, then there is training and support in setting up

small businesses, with loans and ongoing support. 

They also become more aware of child rights, working together to end female genital

mutilation, child abuse and slavery. 

They work together with each other and other groups to build civil society. 

They are bringing about a quiet economic, social and political revolution, as well as helping thousands out of povery.

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HOW WE WORK

 

 

 

 

 

Our approach is based on a simple principle.

 

Members of the poor communities themselves are the people with the insights, determination, perseverance – and responsibility – to care for their own children and to improve their own situations.

We are:

Child-centred

 

We believe that children should be cared for in their own community

Community-based

 

Our projects are planned, managed and staffed by local people

Integrated

 

We respond to all the needs of children within their community

This approach has so far given a new life to 325,000 children