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Our Girls’ Football team win their first friendly match

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The girls' team have been training twice a week since our project started and have improved immensely. They have been eager to compete against other teams, but as the only girls' team in Gondar, it was hard to find an opposing team! We were delighted then that last month, the team were able to play two friendly matches against other teams.  They won a friendly against Abajale Sub-city Team 2-1.  Their second match against Fasil Kenema B team (a professional team)…

Our Country Director Visits the UK

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This January we were delighted to host Link Ethiopia's Country Director, Haile Ayano, in the UK. Over three weeks Haile travelled all over England to meet our link schools, partners and supporters. We had a great few weeks and would like to thank all the people who welcomed and hosted Haile during his time here. School Linking A core part of our school linking programme is teaching young people to think global. Through their school link, pupils discover another culture…

Link Ethiopia celebrates 20 years!

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On February 8th, Link Ethiopia, joined with supporters to celebrate 20 years working to increase access to quality education in Ethiopia. The event was held jointly with our partner, the Kindu Trust, who have also been working to support children in Ethiopia for 20 years. The event was held at the Embassy of Ethiopia in London with over 180 supporters attending. Our Chair of Trustees, Ashley England, introduced the evening and the Deputy Head of Mission, Ababi Demissie, spoke about…

Sixth Form visits Ethiopia!

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Six students from Impington Village College in Cambridgeshire visited Ethiopia in October, taking the opportunity to meet with students at one of our schools in Bishoftu before exploring some of the incredible sites the country has to offer. The Welcome One of these students was particularly impressed by the traditional welcome they received in Bishoftu, writing: ‘Almost twenty-four hours from when we departed from our school we are in the red van on our way to Adea Model Secondary School…