Future Girls: Confidence in Education

Introducing our new girls’ education project, Future Girls Future Girls: Confidence in Education is a project that not only aims to ensure that girls are able to attend school, but that they are able to attend with confidence. Enabling girls to achieve at school has a ripple effect of positive change across communities and down …

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Lijinete Women’s Network

Ethiopia has the 14th highest prevalence of child marriage in the world, many girls are at risk of gender based violence, and they are more likely to drop out of higher education than boys. The Lijinete women’s network is a community project set up in 2019 to identify and support girls who are at risk. …

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Double your Donations this Christmas!

All donations made between the 1st and 8th December will be doubled. This year we’re taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge which means that all your donations will be doubled! We have a target of £6,000 for our Christmas campaign. The funds will support our Future Girls project to enable girls to go …

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Autumn Newsletter

Together We Learn’s Autumn Newsletter, October 2020 Our latest newsletter is out and available to read here: https://preview.mailerlite.com/q9v1n8 It has been a busy time here since our last messages to The Kindu Trust and Link Ethiopia and we are very pleased to be writing our first update as Together We Learn! Schools are returning in …

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2021 Calendar

Our 2021 Calendar is now available This year we are celebrating the merger of The Kindu Trust and Link Ethiopia with a calendar that features our favourite photos from the last nine years – when our first calendar was printed. As always, the calendar includes beautiful shots of the landscapes and people of Ethiopia, with …

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Meet Kalkidan

Sponsorship: Kalkidan’s Story Kalkidan was born in Asebeteferi in the Oromiya region of Ethiopia in 1997. When she was five years old, Kalkidan’s mother died and her father married another woman. Kalkidan moved to Bishoftu to live with her uncle. Kalkidan’s father did not support her, so her uncle became her guardian but, after some …

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