Sara Worku

Sara Worku is a development professional with 15 years of experience. She has been Coordinator of Alliance2015-Ethiopia since 2019.  Sara Worku’s role involves providing strategic intelligence and steering, facilitation, coordination, representation and advocacy competencies to Alliance2015 members.


Before joining Alliance2015, Sara Worku has worked extensively in multisectoral project and programme management, coordination and networking, management and leadership. She has worked in both national and international NGOs.


Sara Worku holds a Master’s degree in Geography and Environmental studies specializing in Economic /Human Geography from Addis Ababa University.

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SDG 5 – Leave no women behind

SDG 5 – Leave no women behind

By 2030, all forms of discrimination against women and girls worldwide should be ended, according to SDG 5. However, the involvement of women* is crucial to achieve the goals against poverty and hunger: SDG 1 and SDG 2. Therefore, policies must be designed with women's* empowerment in mind, says Sara Worku, coordinator of the Alliance 2015 in Ethiopia. In an interview with journalist Jan Rübel, she talks about the importance of access and why SDG 5 offers an important space for gender equality.

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