Tsegu lives with her 4 siblings and their mother. Sadly, Tsegu’s father is not involved in her life and her mother struggles to support their family solely on her income as a day laborer. Tsegu loves studying geography and would one day like to visit Sudan. Tsegu dreams of becoming a pilot when she grows up.
By sponsoring Tsegu’s education you can ensure that she attends school and breaks the cycle of poverty.
Ethiopia’s child labor rate is 27%.
There are 4,600,000 orphans in Ethiopia.
91% of children in Ethiopia do not attend secondary school.
31% of the population lives below the international poverty line.
AGCI’s Ethiopia Education Sponsorship Program
AGCI’s education sponsorship program is different—we’re not just enabling children to pursue their education, we’re also preserving families and helping to break the devastating cycle of poverty. AGCI is on the ground, in rural villages seeking to support the children who have lost everything. All of the children in our education program are orphans – they have lost one or both parents and many live with extended family that struggle to survive. Many of the children in our Ethiopia Education Sponsorship program are also members of child-headed households.