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The joint UN programs insists that orphans are only of great concern; their presence reflects a much larger set of problems faced by children.
Children who have lost their parent(s) experience a number of negative changes in their lives and are frequently likely to start suffering from emotional neglect, poor interpersonal relationships, low self-esteem, physical abuses and sometimes rejection from extended family members.
Orphan children’s mental strain and poor social interaction has been unrecognized by stakeholders (by family members, community and international organizations, and the government as well).
Yousif Gilo Omod first joined Bahir Dar University as an undergraduate student in 2012 and did his Master's degree at Addis Ababa University in 2016/2017.
Currently he is a lecturer at the department of Special Needs and Inclusive Education at Bahir Dar University, Bahir Dar Ethiopia.
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