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March Project Update
Step 1: Clean Water

In Buluk community, like many remote villages in Ethiopia, girls spend a lot of their day on the endless task of fetching water. Sometimes they travel as much as four hours back and forth, with only river water available. And even then they must share with their cattle. “The river water we use for drinking

Guaranteeing child protection on their journey of displacement

Imagine1day paves the way to a new future through reunification and education“It is like a dream, I still don’t believe I got back to my family,” says Genet reunited with her family after a year of separation.  Genet, now 10 years old, was displaced from the Gedio zone following Gedio and Guji tribe conflict at the

imagine1day partners with Educate a Child to launch $8.2M: “Leaders, Educators, and Parents: A Project for Education through Community Mobilization” in Ethiopia

Educate A Child (EAC), a program of Education Above All, is a global initiative launched by Her Highness Sheikha Moza bint Nasser of Qatar, which aims to significantly reduce the number of children worldwide who are out of school. The goal of the Leaders, Educators, and Parents (LEAP) project is to increase access to equitable

Stopping a school from disappearing

Each year, the school in Awash Kolati disappears—washed away in Ethiopia’s annual floods. Each time, the community gathers to rebuild. This is their journey to a permanent solution.When 25-year-old Mustepha Birka first heard that he was being transferred to Awash Kolati Primary School to become its principal in 2013, he considered quitting the teaching profession

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