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We have a responsibility for the children who participate in our sponsorship and relief programs. We teach children about their rights, equipping them with the skills to speak up for themselves and educating their communities about what is and what isn’t acceptable behavior towards children.


The culture of food and eating in East Africa differs from much of the world. The example of Ethiopia illustrates this perfectly. Read on to learn about traditions of food and eating in Ethiopia!




It is called ‘gursha’ when someone at the meal feeds another with a delicious bite of injera and sauce. It is an sign of respect to feed a gursha to any elders and guests at the meal. The more ample the bite, the more respect you have for the person so don’t skimp with your elders or your boss.


There are plenty more interesting facts about Ethiopian cuisine and food culture in Ethiopia. Have you enjoyed any of these Ethiopian food traditions?


To learn more about Ethiopian food culture, join our Ethiopian Cooking Class on November 23rd and learn to cook four different vegan dishes with Chef Tutu.

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