Transforming lives in Ethiopia

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A gift today can help provide life-saving maternal healthcare.

A gift today can help provide life-saving care.

Pregnancy and childbirth are one of the most dangerous things a woman can go through in Ethiopia.

12,000 women die giving birth every year, with only 33% of births taking place in a health facility assisted by trained midwives.

Many women in rural Ethiopia have no choice but to give birth at home, alone, without medical help. 

The only alternative is a life threatening journey, while in labour, travelling for many hours on foot, or by donkey to a health facility.

But together we can make a difference. Our maternal health partners are working tirelessly to improve access to maternal healthcare across Ethiopia. Please make a gift today and help save lives.

How will my donation help save the lives of women and babies?

The survival of mothers and their babies is reliant on access to quality maternal care and skilled midwives. With your support, our maternal health partners are:

Please donate today so that we can continue this life-saving work.

Thank you.

For every £1 we raised in 2022…

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81p funds local projects in Ethiopia helping to transform lives.

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19p helps to raise the next £1 and funds essential running costs.

Why Ethiopiaid?

We raise funds for local Ethiopian charities to transform lives and achieve lasting change.

Our partners know the context and solutions; we listen and provide appropriate support. Growth and development are tracked in local communities using robust monitoring and evaluation. Partnerships continue as long as there’s a clear need and opportunities to make a lasting impact.

Our vision – an Ethiopia in which every person has access to quality education, healthcare and a life of dignity.

Our mission – breaking the cycle of poverty by enabling the poorest and most vulnerable and their communities to live with dignity, to build resilience and achieve real and sustainable solutions to the challenges they face.

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