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Gift for Gendit – our 2018 Christmas Appeal

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What are you doing for Christmas this year? This Christmas, we at Link Ethiopia are raising funds to build two new classrooms for the young children at Gendit Primary School. What, where and when? We know that too many children in Ethiopia drop out of education because schools are far from their homes. At Gendit School, after grade 3, children have to walk over an hour and across a busy road to get to the next closest school. This leaves…

Royal Parks Half Marathon – Mission Complete!

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Staying at home, watching a movie, reading, drinking a nice warm cup of tea – at 6am on a rainy Sunday in October, these are the kinds of activities that sound appealing. And yet last Sunday the Link Ethiopia running team, along with 17 supporters,  found ourselves at our meeting point, ready to take on the 13 miles ahead of us. The day of the Royal Parks half marathon had arrived. The Training Whether it was “looking forward to actually…

Link Ethiopia UK take on Half Marathon

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This year the Link Ethiopia team will be doing the run that we have so often challenged you to - the Royal Parks Half Marathon. October 18th will see us running alongside (or a few miles behind) our 17 Link Ethiopia supporter runners through central London and it's many green parks. Caroline, Rory and Michou will all be running the race - Michou, now on holiday will participate enthusiastically as soon as we get our hands on her. Our small…

Headington School Visits Silingo Elementary

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By Haile Ayano After a long overnight flight, the Headington School group arrived in Addis Ababa in the early morning of Wednesday 11th July. I was excited to welcome a group of visitors who had, through fundraising at home, already made a big difference to a school here in Ethiopia.After meeting the group at the airport, we continued the journey toward Asela, a small town three-hour's drive to the South. The group consisted of 16 energetic and enthusiastic girls, four…