Stories of Dignity
A team of enthusiastic middle school students is working with WEEMA to help make safe, clean water more accessible to communities in Ethiopia.
October 11th is International Day of the Girl. In honor of this day, WEEMA International is announcing a new pilot project to help girls stay in school.
WEEMA is expanding its Women's Self Help Groups to Hadero-Tunto.
WEEMA partnered with our friends at Ready Set Go Books to deliver ten different easer reader stories to Ethiopian schools and libraries.
Learn about WEEMA's WASH Project, soon to be implemented in two schools and three public spaces!
WEEMA is one of 2 winners for health "best practice" in Ethiopia! Hundreds of organizations applied, and we were selected after a rigorous process that included site visits and interviews.
Meet Adane, a regular of WEEMA’s Degale Public Library.
WEEMA is one of 4 finalists for health "best practice" in Ethiopia.
InterAction is the largest network of international non-governmental organizations with over 200 members.
All four hospitals are now open and functional across Kembata Tembaro
If you find yourself in the Boston/Cambridge area, please stop by for a visit- we would love to see you!
WEEMA was awarded an IZUMI Foundation grant of $100,000 to support implementation of the mHealth project!
WEEMA is committed to data-driven work that is community-centric.
Daniel is a 28 year old farmer and he lives with his family in town a few kilometers away from Hossana.
In February, our WEEMA team visited the newly opened primary hospitals in Kembata-Tembaro Zone.
What kid doesn't love books?
The world looks different through the lens of a camera.