Teeem work in Tuli-Guleed
About 50 miles west of the Somalia border lies Tuli-Guleed, an impoverished community of a few thousand people, scarce resources and collective hope for a better world.
Life and Death At a Glance in Ethiopia
A baby in the USA is about 10 times less at risk of dying in childbirth
A worker in the USA lives on a salary that on average is about 30 times greater than that of a worker in Ethiopia.
A person in the USA typically dies about 20 years later than a person in Ethiopia.
PER CAPITA INCOME
INFANT MORTALITY RATE
TOP 5 CAUSES OF DEATH
66 / 62
59 / 1000
81 / 76
6.9 / 1000
Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease
In the first four months of hiring a doctor, the clinic in Tuli has seen over 4,600 patients. Among this, 1,633 were children under 5 years old.
With microloans, 34 women run two business cooperatives, one in wheat production and one in livestock rearing. These enterprises benefit the community.
In 2017, TEEEM built a school in Tuli and supported a teacher training to improve student learning. Providing school supplies and reading material for today’s children and tomorrow’s future.