• Are you affiliated with a religious organization?

No we are humanitarian only

  • Can I volunteer to help?

Please contact us

  • How much of the donations you receive goes to the programs? 

Budget and financial report available upon request.

  • Why aren’t there Trampled Rose girls in other countries besides Ethiopia?

Our area is concentrated to enable us to focus

  • What is the Process Behind Trampled Rose?

Providing girls with tools to complete their education is considered a best practice to reduce early marriage, early pregnancy, obstetric firstula, Trafficking , and over all poverty.

Currently, we work in the villages of North Shoa; Sheno, Holleta, Muki Turi, Merhabete, Ankober, Aliyu Amba, and Ethiopia. We divide our program as equally as possible between the two main people groups that live in the area, Oromo and Amhara.
There are volunteers in each village. These volunteers make up a steering committee consisting of one member of: Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Women’s and Children’s affairs, two school directors, two teachers, and two representative Trampled Rose girls. This group is are overseen by the Woreda head, the highest position of power in the area. Each steering committee chooses the Trampled Rose girls for the program. Orphans are given highest priority, then girls with disabilities, next girls who live the farthest distance from school, then girls who have bed-ridden parents, and the last priority is given to girls with general poverty.
Once a girl begins with Trampled Rose, she is entitled to stay until she graduates. The only exception is if her grade average falls below 60 percent without an acceptable reason. If a Trampled Rose girl earns a position in a university, she will receive the one time transportation costs to get to the university from her village and a bit of spending money. 
We are responsible to the Ethiopian Federal Agency  of Charities and Societies. Our federal license number is 749.