Although Ethiopia has achieved impressive economic growth in the past decade, the country remains one of the poorest in the world where more than 27% of the population lives below the international poverty line of 1.9 USD per day per capita. A very significant proportion of the population lives with shortage of the basic necessities such as food, medication, and water. Over 80% of the population lives in rural areas, where very backward form of subsistence agriculture is practiced. The country has a youthful population with 73% under the age of 29 years and with a very high youth unemployment rate.
By Gudina Tumsa FoundationPosted on Posted in 30th Anniversary, News, Slider
3 Decades of Serving The Marginalized To commemorate our 30th anniversary, GTF will hold a three-day exhibition from April 6-8 in Friendship Park. This one-of-a-kind exhibition will delve into GTF’s […]Read More
Helping Needy School Children in Bishoftu
It’s been over a year since the Gudina Tumsa Foundation (GTF) has started serving the communities in Bishoftu thorough our integrated approaches to development which mainly focuses on helping the […]Read More