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Roasters for Wells

2024-03-15T04:53:22+00:00December 19th, 2023|Featured, Fundraising activities|

The Campaign Roasters for Wells is a collaborative project between 5 coffee roasters in Vancouver, and imagine1day that aims to raise at least 75,000 CAD through fundraising. With the money being donated to imagine1day’s plan to purchase a water well drilling rig that can drill 45 wells a year. The Appeal We’re committed to

The opportunity that freed Bahar out of a nine year stigma and isolation fence

2023-12-20T05:43:24+00:00August 10th, 2023|Education, Oromia Region|

“The time had finally come to end stigma and social isolation my hearing and partially visually impaired son had been facing for the last nine years. A watershed moment I and my entire family is reborn,” says Amu mother of Bahar, who is unified with the community he had abandoned from ever since he was

The Fuel

2023-08-10T18:59:45+00:00August 10th, 2023|CP/GBV, EAC, Education, LEAP, Oromia Region|

“I knew neither my mother, nor my father as they both died when I was very little. Hordofa raised me along with his nine [children],” remarks 14-year-old Wogene, a class 7 student in Ethiopia’s Oromia region, with his sights set intently on the future.  At the tender age of 2, the young boy was seemingly

A boy coping with displacement trauma via access to Accelerated Primary Learning Program

2023-08-10T18:49:43+00:00August 10th, 2023|EAC, LEAP, Oromia Region|

“I used to be lonely and shy before I started school. I now have made friends from students I am learning with. I don’t have problem interacting with people anymore,” says Taju Abdullahi, 12 years old and APLP student at Meda site. Taju is one of the 200 students attending Accelerated Primary Learning Program (APLP)

Paving the Way to Dreams by Making School Accessible for Girls

2023-08-10T18:33:17+00:00August 10th, 2023|EAC, Education, Oromia Region, WASH|

Research shows that most of the girls in rural Ethiopia leave school for four to five days a month during their menstruation because the school environment isn’t conducive to girls. Rahel Shifera is one of these students – she was born and raised in the Gew Gew community, in the Oromia region. She is a

Ending girls battle against cultural practices to stay in school – capacitating local structures as a weapon

2023-08-08T04:44:58+00:00August 8th, 2023|Costa Foundation, CP/GBV, EAC, LEAP, Oromia Region|

"Not only parents but even teachers weren’t as sensitive as they had to be about early marriage. There was this habit of labeling the gender club leader as the only owner of the issue until imagine1day’s project happen to our school,“ says Tejitu Niguse, Biology teacher and gender club leader in Kumbi Primary school. Kumbi

Selam July 2023

2023-07-12T21:16:31+00:00July 12th, 2023|Educate a Child, Newsletter, Tigray Region|

imagine1day Selam July 2023  Dear imagine1day Community, Welcome back once again to our Selam monthly newsletter, as per usual it is great to be connecting with you all again. This month, we focus on the rebuilding of Tigray. As some of you may know, Tigray, the Northern Region of Ethiopia suffered damaging civil conflict, keeping 2.3

Income Generation Activity to bring out of school children to school

2023-12-21T02:39:37+00:00July 11th, 2023|EAC, Education, LEAP, Oromia Region, Uncategorized|

“I am glad I am getting an opportunity to go back to school after dropping out for a year” says Sitota Kassa, previously identified as an orphaned and vulnerable out of school child at Goro Primary School in the district of Bale zone, Oromia region. As his mother’s only boy, and his father passing away

Hope After War in Tigray

2023-08-04T17:52:50+00:00July 11th, 2023|Uncategorized|

Reading and educational activities are impossible to focus on when you are instead running into bushes and caves to avoid heavy weapons and air strikes; this was the case for the last three years for the now 19-year-old student, Asli. Despite living through three years of war, Asli emphasizes “I will not let myself be

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