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In December 2023, we signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Ye-Amlak Lijoch to provide training for young mothers in Addis Ababa.


In December 2023, training on gender for survivors of conflict-related gender-based violence in Tigray was conduct in cooperation with Chura Abugida Artistic Association.

Movement Building

Memorandum of Understanding signed with Nutrition for Education and Development (N4ED) to begin project in Addis Ababa.


250 Tesfaweet Participants received chickens for their poultry farming income generating activity!


Setaweet Team conducted supportive supervision with the Woreda government representatives on July 19, 2022.


Setaweet Team planted over 200 plants with Etege Tayatu students on July 21, 2022.


Setaweet Team conducting supportive supervision in Guna woreda on July 19, 2022

Setaweet Team at the Debre Tabor University Graduation ceremony alongside Setaweet Circle members

Adolescent married girls group discussion from Ata Kebele discuss family planning with a health extension worker.

Special Thanks to Setaweet Team members Frezer Abera and Mulu Dires for the very successful implementation of the Tesfaweet and Gendershops projects.

The Circles are all running very well and impacting the lives of the girls in ways that we could have only dreamed of.

Debre Tabor University has signed a joint agreement document with Setaweet Movement. In the contract agreement held on March 26/201, senior leaders of the university, representative of female students, the directorate of women’s affairs, the head of the district/go/zonal women’s affairs office, and the founder and coordinator of Setaweet movement, Dr. Shin Tefera, were present.

Setaweet Movement

Graffiti artists Daniel, Saron and Hermella, as well as members of Addis Street Art collective created murals to raise awareness for to prevent sexual assault and promote Alegnta hotline.

Data Project

Setaweet team had a discussion on GBV data collection with the Addis Ababa Police Commission and selected representatives from the Addis Ababa Women’s and Social Affairs office yesterday.

Lik Aydelem Campaign

Setaweet team opens the launch of the campaign by expanding on the prevalence of gender-based violence and the necessity of the research to understand the scope of the issue in Addis Ababa.

Policy Dialogue

Setaweet team conducted a policy dialogue on women and conflict in Ethiopia with FES hosting the event at Raddison Blu.

National Forum

National Women’s Forum organized by FES in partnership with Setaweet.