Ethiopia is a country affected by conflicts, ethnic disputes and rampant inflation. This particularly affects the children. Around 3 million children do not have access to school education and as many as 16 million children are exposed to exploitative child labour. The majority are girls. How important is it for a woman to be able to educate and support herselves to be able to live a safe and dignified life? And how does it affect a society that more women receive education?
Svenska kyrkan Helsingborg
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Amen Hultström Föreläsare
Amen is the Board of Director, she is involved in the decision making issues of the organization, She consults the executive director regarding her profession, Amen is an entrepreneur and founder of Sozo Consulting, a Swedish Ethiopian consultancy based in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. With over 15 years of experience in business development, project management and promotion, Amen is an expert in creating custom solutions for small- and medium-sized businesses and building partnerships to achieve company objectives. She also works as a business coach and has skills in business analysis and improvement, networking, training and motivating others and fostering team spirit. Amen supports and coaches non-profits in Ethiopia in developing income generating activities and she is passionate about changing lives of street children in Ethiopia.
Hanna BekeleGurmessa Föreläsare
Head Registrar - Hanna did BA in Educational Planning and Management (Addis Ababa University, AAU), MA in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (AAU), and PGD in Biblical and Theological Studies (in progress, EGST).
Nebiyu HundissaTuli Föreläsare
Hope for children in Ethiopia
Program assistant and communication, Hope for children in Ethiopia
Wosen Berhanu Föreläsare
Project officer - Maternal, Newborn and Child Health at Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology.
Linda Gustafsson ModeratorUtställare
Kommunikationschef Svenska kyrkan Helsingborg, representant i internationella ekumeniska gruppen.