eef Students

Current eef students

9th Grade

Ahmed

9th Grade

Ahmed was born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and lived there until he was 12. His mother worked as a cleaner and his father was unemployed as he was very ill and could not work. The family were forced to leave Jeddah by the Saudi government and moved to Addis in 2013. Ahmed has 3 siblings (2 sisters and one brother) that are all younger than him.

Back in Ethiopia, Ahmed and his family lived in a very run down one room house without electricity and water. There were holes in the walls and rats running around everywhere. Due to the illness of the father, there was very little in terms of income and the children would often go to bed hungry.

Ahmed is a remarkable young man with excellent English and an surprisingly optimistic and positive approach to life. He is passionate about aviation and would like to become either a mechanical engineer to build planes or a medical doctor. We know that he will go extremely far in life!

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Aynalem

9th Grade

Aynalem’s immediate family live in a small village in the Oromo region of Ethiopia, quite far from Addis Ababa. Her parents, as well as her four brothers and three sisters, are all subsistence farmers and most of them are completely illiterate. At the age of 12, Aynalem was about to be married off, which is tradition in her village. However, with the help of her mother, Aynalem was allowed to leave for Addis Ababa to live with a female family “friend”. This friend, however, treated Aynalem more like cheap labour. Aynalem was not allowed any freedom after school and she was not allowed to have any friends. All she lived for was to care for the woman’s family by doing the cooking and cleaning.

Aynalem now lives at the EEF hostel and her life has changed completely. She is a wonderful girl with the warmest smile you can imagine. She is bright and incredibly strong and we are sure that she will be able to fulfill her dream of becoming a doctor.

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Biruk D

9th Grade

Biruk’s parents divorced a month after Biruk was born. When Biruk was three months old, his mother walked out the door and left Biruk, he never saw her again. Neighbours found him and after a while managed to track down the father who, together with Biruk’s sick grandmother, had been looking after Biruk ever since. The father is a day labourer earning roughly £10 per month. That’s the amount they lived on. Their house was very shabby, made from mud and sticks with plastic sheets covering the numerous holes. It was very cold at night and Biruk slept on a very thin mattress on the ground. They shared their toilet (a hole in the ground) with 15 families in similar conditions in their compound.

Biruk is very creative and likes to draw/design shoes and clothes, because he once watched a programme on tv that inspired him. Biruk’s grades at school are amazing and he is aiming for a career as a medical doctor.

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Biruk L

9th Grade

Biruk never met his father and his mother died several years ago. The breadwinner of the family was one of his two older sisters he used to live with. She is a coffee girl, selling coffee right in front of their house. Her average income is about 700-800 birr (£22) per month. They are struggling financially, and often there is not enough food to go around.

Despite this incredible hardship, Biruk is a super star in school and he is now on track to study Psychiatry at university which is his dream.

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Biruktawit

9th Grade

Biruktawit never met her father. When her mother died also (Biruktawit was 10), her world fell apart and she had to move in with her grandparents who lived in most impoverished circumstances. Her grandfather is a guard of a building site. In return the family is given a one room metal shack to “live in”. Biruktawit had to manage the household, as her grandmother is very sick and sleeps most days.
Despite this incredible hardship, Biruktawit’s school grades were fantastic. Now she lives at the EEF hostel and is working hard towards her dream of becoming a civil engineer.

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Elleni

9th Grade

Elleni’s mother left when Elleni was very little and she has never heard from her again.

Until the age of 10 Elleni’s life was happy. Her father, a doctor, was loving and all she needed. However, four years ago Elleni’s father suddenly died of cancer. All he left Elleni is a large number of books and memories of a better, stable life. When we met her, Elleni was in the care of a distant uncle who is an illiterate day-labourer, earning around £30 per month. They lived in a very run down house, one room, with holes in the walls and it got very cold at night. They often go to bed hungry. Elleni had to work daily, washing neighbours’ clothes and cleaning other people’s houses after school so that she could eat at least one meal per day.

Elleni is one of the most energetic and ambitious girls we’ve ever met. She has an abundance of smiles and has unparalleled drive to succeed in life. It is no surprise that her ambition is to also become a doctor, just like her father was.

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Koang

9th Grade

Koang is from the Nuer tribe which live in an area of Western Ethiopia. He is the brother of Gatwech, one of our older students. They used to live in despicable conditions in Gambella without any other family members.

Koang is a polite and wonderful young man with a very kind heart and a very positive outlook in life. His dream is to become an engineer in the future.

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Miheret

9th Grade

Mihret is the first daughter of her parents. She was born in the countryside, in Oromia region, in a very small village, close to the city of Harar. Her father, who was a farmer, passed away about 5 years ago. Mihret’s never attended school, she is completely illiterate and works as a day labourer on the field of other farmers. In order to have a better education, Miheret moved to Addis Ababa to live with her aunt, who is one of the wonderful EEF cooks.

Mihret loves school and she takes her studies extremely seriously. She is very motivated and hard-working. Her favourite subjects are Maths and Physics. She says that these two subjects are necessary for her as her dream is to become a doctor one day.

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Rishan

9th Grade

Rishan is from the countryside and used to live in a village in the North of Ethiopia with her parents and her two sisters. Her mother was a house wife and her father a sustenance farmer. Both were completely illiterate. After their death, Rishan and her sisters moved to Addis to live with an aunt of theirs. However, the aunt is very sick and could no longer look after them.

Rishan enjoys studying and says that she wants to learn more and more about the world. Her favourite subjects are Biology and Maths as she wants to become a doctor in the future.

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Sebadin

9th Grade

Sebadin’s mother passed away a few years ago. At that time, his father (an illiterate subsidence farmer in the south of Ethiopia) sent Sebadin to Addis Ababa to live with friends and in pursuit of a better life and education. There, Sebadin lived with this couple and their three children in a one room house made of mud and wood without water or electricity. He had to help the family with the chores and worked most weekends to earn money for his upkeep.

Thomas Edison, who he describes as the “father of electricity”, is his role model and it is not surprising that he would like to study engineering at university one day.

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Sintayhu

9th Grade

Sintayhu and her family used to live on a construction site near the EEF hostel. Her father guarded the building site at night in return for the family being allowed to stay there. Times were really tough for the family and they had decided to leave Addis and move back to the countryside, where Sintayhu’s future would have been bleak without being able to finish her education.

However, now Sintayhu lives at the EEF hostel and is on track to fufill her dream and become a civil engineer. More than anything, however, she loves writing. She explained that normally she sits down with people, listens to their life experiences and writes down their stories. She mentioned that it is always hard for the people to talk about their lives, sometimes they cry during the conversation, but at the end they always understand that no matter how many challenges they had, they always managed to make it through. So maybe Sintayhu will be a famous author one day.

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Worku

9th Grade

Worku had to walk 2 ½ hours each way to school every day. His family lived very remotely outside Addis Ababa in a mud hut without electricity or water. His parents are illiterate tef farmers who live on £15 per month. His diet consisted 90% of a cheap Ethiopian pancake (injera)

In addition to his obvious dedication to his education, he is super intelligent and a lovely boy, which made him a perfect candidate for EEF.

He is now living at the EEF hostel and on his path to becoming an electrical engineer.

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Yohannes F

9th Grade

Yohannes parents are both illiterate and never attended school. His father works as a day labourer on building sites, his mother looks after Yohannes’ two little sisters. They live in a one room house without electricity or running water with all family sleeping on mattresses on the floor.

Yohannes is clearly determined to pursue his education, he mentioned that young people have to study very hard because this is the only way to develop Ethiopia’s economy. He likes all the subjects at school, but still his favourite one is Chemistry. He would like to become a scientist one day and his plan for the future is to invent a new chemical element.

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10th Grade

Biruk

10th Grade

After his mother died, Biruk’s father remarried. Biruk was considered baggage and he was asked to leave the house (200km from Addis) at the age of 12. He moved to Addis, enrolled himself into a government school and started work. When we met Biruk he was supporting himself by being a TV installation engineer. From his income he rented a shabby 2×2 meter hut all by himself. Working 6 days a week after school to be able to eat, he just couldn’t fulfil his enormous potential. Now that EEF support Biruk he can focus on his studies and eventually finish high school and enter university to become a fully trained engineer.

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Dagmawit

10th Grade

Dagmawit is a very smart and confident girl. She used to live with her parents and an older sister who suffers from diabetes. Their house is a 2×3 meter wooden structure with walls made from tarpaulins. Her father is ill with a permanent condition, so it is her mother who was responsible for the family income. Despite Dagmawit helping by washing clothes for neighbours, the family would often go hungry. She now lives at the EEF hostel and can focus on her ambition to become an architect.

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Dereje

10th Grade

Dereje is an orphan. When we met him he was living with his illiterate stepmother (his father’s second wife) and two half-sisters in extreme poverty. The hut consisted of one room and all four family members had to sleep on the floor. The stepmother was selling vegetables by the roadside. Dereje had to work as a casual labourer in his spare time to earn extra cash for the family and even then they often went without meals in the evenings. Now Dereje lives at the EEF hostel and is working hard to fulfill his dream to become an electrical engineer.

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Eleni

10th Grade

Eleni’s father died 8 years ago and it was decided she and her little sister would find a better education in Addis. Eleni has 4 older siblings, all still in the countryside with the mother. They are all completely illiterate. Her mother works in agriculture as a substance farmer and is extremely poor. When we met Eleni she and her sister lived with her Grandfather on a church ground in a small metal shack located in the centre of Addis. There was no form of income at all and they lived on handouts alone. Eleni is a remarkable girl with a great sense of humour, phenomenal grades and a wonderful future ahead now that she lives at the EEF hostel. We are confident that she too will be an engineer one day.

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Emnetab

10th Grade

Emnetab’s parents are divorced and she and a younger sister lived with their mother. Her father could not be relied on and when the mother fell, looking after their sick mother became Emnetab and her sister’s job to care for their mother. They lived in a small, rodent infested house and the three of them shared a small bunk bed.

Emntetab is incredibly sweet, good-natured and helpful. She has a brilliant smile, and apart from her concerns she clearly has a naturally happy disposition. Emnetab is now massively benefiting from the security of an EEF scholarship and it means that she can focus on her studies and fulfill her dream to become a doctor.

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Hiwot

10th Grade

Hiwot’s parents met in Kenya as refugees during the violence caused by the transition to the current government. That is also where Hiwot was born. Since returning to Ethiopia a few years ago the family have been struggling, both mother and father usually working as day labourers on construction sites. A lot of the responsibility of the household (and looking after her two younger siblings) fell on Hiwot and without EEF she would have had to stop her education after grade 8.  She is very keen to talk about topics that she knows about or is passionate about. She comes across as un-phased by many challenges and takes them in her stride. We will do our utmost to ensure that Hiwot will go to university and study computer sciences, which is her dream.

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Kefelegn

10th Grade

Kefelegn lived with his father and younger brother in a single room house without water or electricity. Kefelegn’s mother died when he was a toddler, and his father works as a security guard working alternating shifts of 24 hours to guard a building site. Kefelegn had to help in the house with the laundry and cooking, particularly when his father was at work. He didn’t have much time at all to study as there was no light in the evening.  Despite all the hardship, Kefelegn achieved excellent grades and we were particularly impressed with his determination and wonderful, warm personality. His favourite subjects are maths and physics and he would like to study astrophysics one day.

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Meron

10th Grade

The history of the women in Meron’s life is one of hardship and poverty. Meron is determined to break that cycle. Like most of her siblings Meron was sent to live with a relative in Addis when she was very little. She has never met her father and never saw her mother again. After being handed from relative to relative, Meron luckily ended up living with one of her older sisters, a day labourer. Despite having a wonderful relationship, life was very hard for the sisters, living in extreme poverty. We saw amazing potential in Meron and decided to take her onto the EFE programme where she can now focus solely on her education. In our entrance exam she scored the highest mathematics score out of over 200 candidates. Her favourite subjects are Mathematics and Physics and she wants to become a famous scientist one day – most likely she will go on and study medicine at university.

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Mistre

10th Grade

Mistre lived with her illiterate parents, a younger brother and an older sister, as well as her 20 year old cousin. Her mother is a house wife and her father does not have any regular employment but rather works when he can either as a security guard or as a day labourer. In a month he hopes to earn between £15 and £20 to support the family. Times were tough and the family would often go without dinner, despite all of the children having to help with the family income by doing various jobs for neighbours.

We fell in love with Mistre from the moment we met her. She is one of the most confident girls we have ever had the pleasure of interviewing. It is refreshing to see how she manages to combine excellent vocabulary with a talent for dramatic facial expression. And what she says makes sense too. She is a joy to watch and to talk to. She will be a fantastic role model for the other EEF girls. She would like to study medicine at university.

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Nya J

10th Grade

Niajimma comes from one of the poorest and most troubled parts of the country – Gambella. She was raised in a small mud hut after her father left the family and she was left with her mother and her uncle’s family for support. She has excelled at her studies, coming top of her class in a school where the average class has 176 students in. Her ambition is to become a doctor and treat some of the really sick and injured people from her home town.

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Nya P

10th Grade

Nya Pal, or Rejoice, is an extremely positive and charismatic young lady, despite the hardships she has had to overcome in life. Before EEF she was staying with her aunt in a small mud hut where she helped rearing a few chickens to support their meagre income. She now has the opportunity to follow her dream to study medicine and become a doctor.

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Selamawit

10th Grade

Selam’s father died when she was 1 year old. Selam’s mother is also extremely ill, which means that she can barely work. She has been given a nominal job as a janitor at a private Kindergarten situated 40 minutes away, for which she receives 300 Birr (£10) per month, but on the understanding that she will only come in when she is well enough. As a result, Selam receives her breakfast (sometimes) and lunch from a partner charity of EEF. She does not get any dinner at home ever. Her favourite subjects are Mathematics and English and in the future she would like to become a doctor or a research chemist to find new medicines for diseases.

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11th Grade

Abebe A

11th Grade

Abebe used to work as a cowherd in a village around 90km from Addis before coming to the city to pursue his education at the age of ten. His father had died when he was young and he lived in a single room with his cousin – a fare collector on the local minibuses. Abebe supported himself by working as a shoe-shine boy outside the National Theatre but still managed to find time to study and finish top of his class. He now lives at the EEF hostel and can focus on his ambition to become an engineer.

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Asesrach

11th Grade

Asresach is an extremely positive and charismatic girl despite facing a number of obstacles in life. After she lost her father at age two her family were left in poverty in the countryside with a mother who was too sick to work. At age nine she left for Addis to escape an early marriage and to continue her education whilst working as a maid. After two years of studying at night school her potential was spotted and her employers agreed to let her study grade 7 and 8 full time. Now she is ranked 1 in her class and on her way to becoming a doctor.

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Birtukan F

11th Grade

Birtukan had been living in extreme poverty when we first met her. Following the death of her father, her mother really struggled to keep her family together in a small ramshackle hut made of wood, corrugated iron and a tarpaulin. She really impressed us with her fantastic Maths score and her warm, friendly personality. She is now well on the way to becoming a medical doctor with the help of EEF.

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Biruk A

11th Grade

When we met Biruk in his home town Chencha, we were shocked how malnourished he was. He looked like a seven year old boy and not like the 13 year-old he really was. His father, who is severely disabled, was trying his best to look after Biruk and his many siblings, but it was clear that they lived in the most extreme poverty we had ever come across anywhere in Ethiopia. When we interviewed him, his eagerness to answer questions in English and his desperate attempts to impress would have won us over already, but to top that, he also scored well enough in the exam to get a place at the EEF hostel. He moved in immediately in January 2015 where he gets three healthy meals a day and where we prepare him for the academic achievements he is dreaming of.

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Chuol

11th Grade

We met Chuol in Gambella where he lived with his great aunt and her extended family in a small room with a bed he shared with three of his cousins. He consistently scored fantastic marks despite having to help rear chickens to support the household income. Now at the hostel he is free to pursue a career in medicine to help his country.

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Eden A

11th Grade

Eden comes from an extremely deprived background, where she lived with her parents and three siblings in a small room (3m x 2m) on the very edge of Addis Ababa. As the oldest daughter she had to balance her studies with helping her mother cook and tutoring her younger siblings. She is extremely keen on Maths and Science and would like to become a doctor in the future.

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Fantahun

11th Grade

Fantahun is a very bright student who has had to overcome a lot in his life. His father left the family when he was seven and his mother had to work as a maid in a number of houses across the city in order to support him and his sister. As he entered his teenage years, Fantahun started working in gardening and construction jobs to help out but still found time to study and consistently come top of his class. He now wants to go on to university and study engineering.

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Frehiwot

11th Grade

Frehiwot is an extremely friendly and outgoing girl with a strong ambition to be an architect. Her former house was a tiny mud and wooden room right next to the airport. Her father earns a small salary as a security guard which he uses to support Frehiwot and her little brother’s education. She really likes Maths and Physics and liked to tutor the neighbourhood children and contribute to her community.

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Getwech

11th Grade

Getwech is 16 and is from the Neur tribe which live in an area of Western Ethiopia. He lived with his brother in a small hut. There was no electricity or water. Getwech moved into the EEF hostel where we now look after his every need. He is progressing well and would like to study engineering at university after the EEF programme.

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Melat

11th Grade

Melat originally came from the countryside in the Gonder region. Her father left the family when she was six and they had to move in with her grandparents. After moving to Addis Ababa to help support her education, her mother took on work as a security guard, working seven days a week, negatively affecting her health. Her ambition is to work hard and study medicine to help the sick people.

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Mesfin S

11th Grade

Mesfin had been living on his own since he was a child. He had to leave his village because of family problems and he arrived in Addis aged eight, guarding homes for absentee owners. He enrolled in a local school who recognised his potential and helped him reach Grade 8 through book and clothes donations, whilst he cleaned houses in order to buy his own food. Now at the hostel he can focus his determination and potential on becoming an engineer.


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Trufat

11th Grade

Trufat is a feisty girl who seemed much more mature than her tender age of 13. This comes from the fact that she had to look after her younger siblings when she herself was just a child. Coming from a large, illiterate family, she is the only one who went to school. This is not uncommon in remote areas such as Chencha. We are particularly happy to have found her and will do our utmost to see her succeed in her education and in life. Trufat too would like to study medicine. She could become the first female doctor from her town!

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Yisihak

11th Grade

Yisihak was one of the highest performers in our entrance exams. After losing his mother eight years ago , he moved to Addis Ababa from the countryside, to stay with his mechanic cousin and attend school. Despite living in a very small corrugated iron shack, he has shown tremendous academic promise and a real determination to succeed. He is now in a position at the EEF hostel to pursue his ambition to study physics and become an astronomer.

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Yonas

11th Grade

Yonas comes from a family of illiterate farmers in a small village far from Addis Ababa. He left his village to come to the city as there was no chance of an education there. He lived with his aunt and uncle and their family in a small house on the extreme outskirts of the city. Despite all the hardships he has had to overcome, he has a fantastic positive attitude and is a joy to meet. He is now working hard to achieve his ambition of being a doctor.

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Zelalem

11th Grade

Zelalem was born in the Wollo region of Ethiopia but moved to Addis seven years ago after his father abandoned his family. He lived in a little wooden shack behind a cafe next to the airport when we met him, but despite his hard living conditions he scored the highest in the SOT entrance exam in Maths and Physics. He is very interested in science and would like to go on to become a mechanical engineer, working with computers to help develop his co country.

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12th Grade

Addisu

12th Grade

Addisu was born to a family of farmers in Northern Ethiopia, near Mekelle. He has two brothers and five sisters. He is the oldest child and the only one who has finished primary education. He came to Addis Ababa at the age of ten, fending for himself. He earned money for food by giving extra tuition to classmates. Addisu would like to be a doctor when he is older and his favourite subjects are maths, biology and chemistry.

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Amen

12th Grade

Amen grew up in Gojam, a village about 500km from Addis Ababa. His family are illiterate shepherds. His father died 10 years ago and his mother was left with 6 children. Because of this, the family sent Amen to live with his uncle and his wife in Addis. There he had to work two jobs after school to support the family. After joining the hostel, Amen can now focus on his education. In the future he wants to study medicine and open a hospital in the Ethiopian countryside.

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Esubalew

12th Grade

Esubalew was born in the South of Ethiopia, in Arba Minch. His father died when Esubalew was very young. His mother has tried her best but, despite having two jobs could not manage to provide for both of them. Despite working after school, Esubalew excelled in his studies and constantly ranked first amongst his peers. He wants to go to university and become an engineer.

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Kalkidan R

12th Grade

At only 13, Kalkidan is our youngest student starting this year. Her parents arrived in Addis 40 years ago from the countryside. They hoped that they would be able to start a good life for their family, but life in the city proved to be very difficult. Her father worked 7 days a week doing hard labour breaking stones until his back finally gave out and left him permanently crippled. Since neither of her parents ever received an education (they are completely illiterate), they were struggling. Kalkidan had to help her parents by fetching water, cleaning, and washing clothes for neighbours. She now lives at the EEF hostel. She wants to go to university, study engineering and become a pilot for Ethiopian Airlines.

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Kalkidan S

12th Grade

Kalkidan left her parents and her two younger siblings in Gondar to pursue an education in Addis with her oldest sister when she was only in third grade. They were both living with their aunt and uncle and two young cousins until Kalkidan’s older sister received a scholarship from Dina University outside Addis and left to live in the dormitories. Her uncle struggled to provide for everyone with his small salary as a guard. Kalkidan helped her aunt with household chores in any way she could before doing her homework every day. Now at the EEF hostel she can focus on fulfilling her dream to study medicine.

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Mekides

12th Grade

When Mekides was six years old, her parents were having marital problems. Her father left and her mother decided to go and live in a monastery, leaving Mekides in the care of her mother’s sister. For a few years everything was well and the aunt looked after Mekides very well. However two years ago, the aunt became very ill and could not continue to work, resulting in Mekides having to earn money for rent and food for both of them. They had to leave their house, live in a very basic mud hut without electricity, sleeping on a mattress on the floor. Despite the hardship Mekides scored results of 99% average in primary school. She now joined the EEF programme and we are convinced that she will be studying medicine at university in a few years’ time.

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Menbere

12th Grade

When Menbere’s father left the family (Menbere was still very young) Menbere and her mother went to live with their aunt. The mother worked as a cleaner/housemaid in her spare time and studied at night school. Eventually she made it into university on a scholarship where she now studies engineering. The determination of the family to succeed is second to none. Unfortunately the aunt is too old and fragile to continue to look after Menbere so we decided to take her on to the programme. After high school she would like to study archaeology at university.

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Mesfin K

12th Grade

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Tesfaye B

12th Grade

Tesfaye was born in a rural area of Debre Markos region where his parents are farmers. He is the second oldest of four brothers and two sisters, and he is the only one to come to Addis to get educated. When we met him he lived with an elderly blind aunt and her husband who works as a rubbish collector. Tesfaye paid for his food, school uniform, books, pens etc himself by working for two days a week weighing people on the street. He usually took out his scales on a Friday after school and on Sundays where he charged people 50 cents to weigh themselves. We think that Tesfaye would make an excellent business man but he says that he wants to study medicine at university.

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Tsedeniya

12th Grade

Tsedeniya’s father passed away when she was only two years old. Since then, her mother and her sister have worked to make it on their own. Her mother works as a cleaner at a nearby mall and isn’t home much, due to her job. Tsedeniya helps their mother around the house in any way they can by doing the laundry, cooking, and cleaning but they are clearly struggling. Despite the hardship, Tsedeniya is a bundle of joy and full of energy. Her dreams are literally sky high as she would like to become a pilot. We have no doubt that she will fly the skies for Ethiopian Airlines one day.

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Yared

12th Grade

Yared was born and raised in Addis where he lived with his mum, brother, sister and two cousins in a very small, dirty and cramped compound made of mud and corrugated iron dwellings. The two cousins moved in with the family when they were very young, from the Amhara region where their parents are illiterate subsistence farmers. The ‘house’ is actually a very small and dark single room with no windows. The bed takes up most of the room with some cooking materials and a small bench. Unbelievably there are six people living here – three sleep in the bed with the remaining three on the floor. The father left when Yared was around five years old and he has not seen him since. Nor has he sent any money to the family. Yared’s favourite subjects are maths and biology and when he is older he would like to be a biologist.

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