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Ethiopian Schools for the Poor - English Alive

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High quality education for poor children in Nazret,
Ethiopia. The UK registered charity Ethiopian Schools for the Poor - English Alive’s mission is to offer a high quality education to disadvantaged pupils.

The charity operates the English Alive Academy, which was established in 2004, a school that delivers high quality, full-time education to disadvantaged children aged 3 – 12 who live in and around the city of Nazret in Ethiopia

English Alive Academy, Ethiopia, has 190 students, aged between 3 and 12. Fifteen per cent of our students have lost one or both of their parents through disease.
Our pupils endure daily hardships rooted in poverty, such as illness, unreliable access to food or clean water, and chaotic family lives.

English Alive Academy offers a high quality free or subsidized education. The quality of education is the lynchpin in our
With subsidized or free school fee charges and no governmental financial support, English Alive Academy relies
entirely on donations and grants to support special programmes and development.
English Alive Academy is housed in two converted houses in the centre of the city of Nazret. With dirt roads outside
the schools thriving with cattle, donkeys and horses and carts, English Alive Academy is a world apart, with brightly painted walls and furniture and pupils’
work proudly hanging.
With a computer room, libraries and learning support area, English Alive is able to offer more than the basic curriculum. Pupils are encouraged to discuss, create, experiment and explore and emerge at the end of the day from English Alive a more empathetic, creative,well-rounded person.

Charity No: 1140681

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