What we do?

With a goal of reaching 2000 children yearly with book reading, we strive to impact reading readiness in children belonging to the disadvantaged sections of society especially those who lack access to books. We are not planning to reap the fruits now but we are pledging to sow the seeds in children to develop later a love for learning which will remain with them throughout their life, that is going to make them grow nonstop.


Only the educated are free.

We plan to have programs and consultations from infancy until the child turns 6 years of age. All the programs we do directly or indirectly will be related to promoting peace, making peace-related stories integral part of our interaction and the daycare environment. Also, looking into our cultural experiences relating to peace will be resurfaced into our caring system and also how our business shall operate eventually.

Parent-Child Practical Life

Practical life enable children to develop their motor, cognitive, linguistic, and social-emotional skills.

Amharic lessons

Amharic lessons utilize a communicative approach, which focuses on immersion in the language.

Infant and toddler sessions

Infant and toddler sessions are designed to provide a nurturing and stimulating environment for young children.

Emergeny Day Care Services

Help parents providing them with a safety net for unexpected situations, such as a sudden illness, a school closure, or a work-related emergency.

Volunteer sessions

Volunteering help individuals develop new skills and abilities that can be useful in professional lives, such as leadership, communication, and teamwork.

Enrichment (Coming Soon)

Providing children with opportunities and experiences that promote their overall development and well-being. (Stay tuned for summer 2024)

Case Study:

Beehive Montessori School

Provides an engaging look into the architectural design process employed by EHDO and the benefits and outcomes that this provided the School identity and its pedagogy.

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Currently, in Montessori Ethiopia programs at the Early Childhood level ages 2.5 – 6 years.
A Montessori Ethiopia programmes is assisting children in becoming independent and sustainable. Children who are independent and make their own decisions grow in confidence and feel pride when they achieve their objectives.
Young children are encouraged in a Montessori classroom to develop their independence in tending to their own needs and those of the classroom environment. In the classroom, children are free to move around and choose their own activities, and they are encouraged and assisted to “do it for themselves.”
Normally, Montessori students don’t get letter or number grades for their work. The efforts and accomplishments of a child are not significantly influenced by grades or other external rewards. The Montessori method encourages a child’s innate desire to learn by nurturing their internal motivation.
A self-motivated learner also gains the ability to rely on themselves rather than outside assistance. Of course, the teacher is always on hand to mentor and support students in the classroom.
Even though the majority of Montessori teachers don’t give grades, they closely and regularly monitor and evaluate each student’s development and readiness to move on to new lessons.
There are numerous differences, such as:
Children of different ages attend Montessori classrooms. Multi-age classrooms promote cooperative learning and allow deep emotional and social growth.
Students in a Montessori classroom are organised according to their developmental levels rather than their chronological ages because children learn and master skills at their own pace.
The primary responsibility of a Montessori teacher is not to impart knowledge; rather, it is to foster development and to direct activities, resources, and materials that enable the child to advance in their academic development.
In a Montessori classroom, students are never required to sit at desks and are always free to move around. The length of time a child spends working on a lesson is unrestricted, and the lessons are given to either a single student or a small group of students.
The Montessori teaching tools are distinctive. Most were created by Dr. Montessori to address the unique developmental requirements of kids of various ages.

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