Together We Learn is a merger of Link Ethiopia and The Kindu Trust, two charities that have been working to brighten the prospects of children in Ethiopia for more than 20 years.
We believe in the power of education to break the cycle of poverty by enabling children to learn, grow and access opportunities. Our interventions are aimed at improving the quality of teaching and facilities within Ethiopian schools and working with communities to overcome obstacles to school attendance.
A review of UNICEF’s report on how poverty affects children in Ethiopia and the implications for the work that Together We Learn is doing.
Following our emergency appeal, our team has been to Lalibela to deliver urgent food support and business grants to help families rebuild after the conflict.
An excerpt from our latest school linking newsletter considers a recent report from the APPG for Africa questioning how and what UK pupils learn about Africa in schools.
Improving Homes for Disadvantaged Pupils
A new page on our website outlines how we support the families of students through construction of houses and other home improvements.
After 20 years of working together, Link Ethiopia and The Kindu Trust merge as Together We Learn.
What We Do
We ensure access to education through the construction of school facilities that mean more children can stay in school.
We improve the quality of education through teacher training and provision of quality learning environments.
We enable children to flourish through after-school activities and programmes supporting their families at home.
How We Do It
Direct financial support for families so students are able to stay in school.
Building new education facilities to improve quality and increase access.
Removing the obstacles that prevent girls from staying in education.
Providing training to improve the quality of teaching for all pupils.
You can read more about how we achieve our mission on our Projects page.