Emergency Appeal – FAQs

We have compiled a list of FAQs about our current emergency appeal in response to the Tigray crisis, where hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced. What is the reason for Ethiopiaid’s emergency appeal? We are responding to the needs of our local partner the Afar Pastoralist Development Association (APDA) in Ethiopia, who have […]

Latest Report from our field partner, MSF

“Fighting in Ethiopia’s Tigray region has uprooted hundreds of thousands of people. Inside Tigray, most of the displaced people stay with the host community, while tens of thousands live in informal sites or are still hiding in the bush or the mountains. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is deeply concerned about the humanitarian situation of hundreds […]

Latest report from APDA

Our partner, APDA, are working in the field to provide life-saving support for displaced people. Read the latest report to our CEO, Lisa, from their founder, Valerie Browning: Hi Lisa, I’m currently sat at my desk and fishing through my inbox having got back late last night. We went almost into Tigray but went to […]

Introducing Dignity Period’s Freweini Mebrahtu

Hello, I want to tell you about a problem I’ve dedicated my life to solving. Girls are losing their futures due to an everyday bodily process. Periods. My story begins with my first period. A story not too dissimilar from every woman’s first period – feeling unsure and uncomfortable, staining my clothes. Except, crucially living […]

Our Commitment to Keeping your Data Safe!

For over 3 years, Ethiopiaid has worked hard to establish robust data protection procedures, both in order to keep our supporters’ personal information safe and to continue to circulate information of interest responsibly. We remain committed to the changes that the General Data Protection Regulations brought to the sector and, to remain current, Ethiopiaid have […]

Current challenges for girls’ education in Ethiopia​

The conflict in Tigray has significantly disrupted our partner’s ability to deliver their planned projects in schools across the region. In November 2020, growing tensions in the Tigray region escalated into violence and fighting. Over 1 million of people are now displaced, schools remain closed and life is very difficult. Access to food, water and health […]