To make sure that all Ethiopians have access to quality education free of foreign aid by 2030.
Working under Ethiopia’s public education system and in partnership with the country’s federal, regional and district government education offices, we have implemented programs and activities that have significantly improved the education of over 265,000 children annually.
Since its inception, imagine1day has created access to quality education for over 93,488 primary-age out-of-school children in Ethiopia and dramatically improved quality of education, community engagement and government leadership across ten districts and 507 schools.
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Creating possibilities for a greater destiny – Education as a means to an end
As the only daughter of her family, Adi, age 12, has many at-home responsibilities. She
Kaliti’s story, A girl with a second chance at schooling
“I had lost all hope that my life could be any better, but then imagine1day’s
Godana: Paving the way on the journey of displacement
Nedi, Godana’s mother “After what my son experienced, it is a privilege that he
March Project Update
Step 1: Clean Water
In Buluk community, like many remote villages in Ethiopia, girls spend a lot of their
Helping make a change!
HINTALO WEJIRAT 2008 – 2014
With a sigh of understanding, Principal Berhe Halefom says, “In life, the things worth
DELLO MENA 2014
Religious leaders are knocking on every door to assure families that religion and education
MEDA WELABU 2014
Community leaders are taking a stand, literally moving villages, to make it safe for
THE GRADUATE FUND 2011 – 2014
The son of farmers, Nigus Hagos Kahsay grew up in a village called Sihet,