For-ethiopia works to relieve poverty and sickness, to preserve and protect health and to advance education among the people of Ethiopia who are in need. We aim to do this in a way that is sustainable and helps the people move towards self-sufficiency. We believe that small development projects can change lives. They increase the capacity of local communities by improving health, increasing educational opportunity and creating employment. They bring communities together to create a better quality of life. Small can be beautiful.
As a small charity, we have the benefit of very low overheads. We do not pay salaries, hire professional fundraisers or rent expensive offices…. Because of this we are able to put more of the money direct to projects to benefit those who need it!
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For-ethiopia is a small UK registered charity (number 1108526) operating from Bristol. It was formally established in October 2004, twenty years after the BBC first broke the story of the famine in Ethiopia to the British public’s attention on 24th October 1984.