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Ethiopia’s population is primarily made up of youngsters. The median age is 17.9 years, which is extremely young when compared to the rest of the globe. In Ethiopia, there will be 58 million children by 2050, accounting for 6% of the continent’s population.

At least three of the four basic needs—adequate nutrition, education, health, and shelter—are not met for 88% of Ethiopia’s children, who are disproportionately concentrated in rural areas. With regard to the occurrence of deprivations, there are significant differences between rural and urban areas. Due to the extreme poverty that many children in Ethiopia experience, many parents are forced to prevent their kids from going to school so that they can work full-time and support the family financially.

According to a 2019 study called SITAN, there has been an improvement in kids’ general health compared to a decade earlier. It is clear that the public is becoming more aware of children’s rights, and the government is attempting to advance them. However, little commitments have been made in support of the rights and life of Ethiopian children since the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child was adopted in 1991.

To properly meet the needs of the children in Ethiopia and provide them a chance to take advantage of all of their rights, however, there are still gaps and inadequacies in the policy frameworks, program implementation, and mindset that need to be remedied.

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