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Sponsor a Pupil Now

Just £1 per day could completely change the life of a child in Ethiopia. 

We rely on donors to help us transform the lives of children at St George's by sponsoring their education.

By sponsoring a child, you form a unique bond and have a direct impact on their life. For just £30 a month, you will not only ensure they receive the essentials that every child deserves, you will be changing their future for the better.

Your sponsorship provides the following for a child for an entire year:

Two sets of uniform

Pair of shoes

Exercise books

Pencils

Two meals a day

Regular health checks

As a sponsor, you will receive an end of year report about your child's progress, and you and your family are encouraged to enter into correspondence with them.

Please help us to make a real difference and use the power of education to transform the lives of some of the world's poorest children.

Who Can I Sponsor?

Emebet Hailu
Emebet Hailu

Embet Hailu is 5 years old and a displaced child from a nearby town due to tribal conflict in the area. Currently they live in a small rented room with a mattress and few cooking materials. Her father was a policeman and her mother has not heard from him since last June and doesn’t know whether he is alive or not. Her mother works as a house maid. They are in desperate need of help

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Elias Demoz
Elias Demoz
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Eldana Ashenafi
Eldana Ashenafi

Eldana Ashenafi is the 5th of 6 children in her family and they live with their mother. Her father disappeared in November 2020 at the beginning of the war in the northern part of Ethiopia at which point the whole family were displaced from the Tigray region to Gondar. Her mother has nothing to feed her children or to pay for rent however, a local kind guy lets them to live for free in a small empty room in his compound. Their room is empty other than a mat and some old clothing. Local people pr

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Bisrat Melese
Bisrat Melese
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Biruk Eyayu
Biruk Eyayu

Biruk Eyayu lives with his mother and three siblings as his father disappeared in November 2020 as a result of the war in the Northern part of Ethiopia. The whole family was displaced from a nearby town due to tribal conflict and fear of the war in the area. They live in a small rented room with few cooking materials and a mattress. His mother tries to work as a house maid to get food for her children but, she doesn’t make enough to feed her children sufficiently.

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Atsede Andargachew
Atsede Andargachew
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Amen Wassie
Amen Wassie
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Belaynew Ebabey
Belaynew Ebabey
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Bemenet Babu
Bemenet Babu
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Biruk Daniel
Biruk Daniel

Biruk Daniel’s parents divorced in December 2020 and his mother was displaced from a border town in between Ethiopia and Sudan, to Gondar. However, his mother was unable to get work and moved to a nearby town where work was available. Biruk now lives with his grandmother and they depend entirely on government aid and the kindness of local people.

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Biruk Muluken
Biruk Muluken

Biruk Muluken lives with his stepmother in a small room filled with old household materials. His stepmother is a kind lady working as a daily labourer. Biruk was born out of wedlock while his mother was serving as a cleaner for his father. After she gave birth to Biruk, she suffered with mental illness and she has had no medical care to help her recover so she is unable to care for Biruk. His father lives in a nearby town and has not supported Biruk or his stepmother since 2019.

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Amen Tegaye
Amen Tegaye

Amen Tegaye is 5 years old and is a displaced child from a local town and moved to Gondar due to tribal conflict in the area. All their belongings were damaged by locally armed militants and they have nothing here in Gondar. They don’t have any food, a house to live or any spare clothes. To begin with, they lived on a veranda of an unfinished building but then one of the mother’s friends allowed them to live for free and she does all the house work in return.

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Let's Make A Change

Here are some ways you can support us:

£10 will buy a chair

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£360 will sponsor a child for a year

£2,000 will pay for one teacher's salary for a year

£25 will buy a desk

£450 will buy an Electronic Class Note Book loaded with learning apps

£10,000 enables transport for children to and from school

£200 will buy sports equipment for a year group

£600 will buy 200 new library books

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£25,000 will build a whole classroom