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Stop Amhara Genocide works to end the Amhara genocide in Ethiopia. At its core, our mission is to advocate within the United Nations, European Union, and African Union to put pressure on member states and the different human rights institutions to take action to stop the Amhara Genocide.

Since the creation of our association, we have been collaborating with several human rights advocacy NGOs to advance our cause.
In collaboration with international human right activist, we have published and distributed several articles and reports to the international community.

You can check out written and oral statements submitted to the United Nations Human Right Council about the Amhara Genocide.

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Stop Amhara Genocide believes that each of us has a part to play in defending human rights and stopping atrocities. Through international advocacy campaigns and press conferences, we inform the international community about the well-hidden ongoing Amhara Genocide in Ethiopia. Our campaign aims to awaken individuals to the reality of our world and initiate actions to Stop these atrocities and make the world a better place for everyone of us.

Hunger Strike to Stop the Amhara Genocide

Stop Amhara Genocide has participated in a hunger strike in London and Paris to stop the Amhara Genocide. This initiative was put in place by Ms. YayeshYerad Gessesse (Maseb) and put into action with the collaboration of the Amhara Community in the UK.

The Stop Amhara Movement still continue in 10 Downing Street, in London. 

Interview on Parisian Radio

Paris, France

We had a chance to explain what is going on in Ethiopia right now and expose the ongoing Amhara Genocide. For French speaking people you can click on the following link and listen to the program.

Advocacy letters to the international community

As part of our advocacy efforts we send letters and statements to concerned governments, international organisations and press to advocate against the Amhara Genocide. 

Featured Article

Ethiopia: Deteriorating human rights Stituation

Spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights: Marta Hurtado

Government Supported Genocide

There is a strong bond between Abiy Ahmed’s administration  and OLA, Oromo extremists groups. These Oromo Extremists are supported by government officials and they have full access to several government controlled institutions and facilities including military training, transportation, food  internet, computers, mobile services and modern and powerful weapons. This group has also robbed more than 20  government banks in 2018 and 2019.  The government did not take any action against these groups. 


Machetes imported from China

Machetes were legally imported from China and distributed in the southeast of the country, in Harrar. This is the 2nd importation of this kind. 

Fully supplied

This is another evidence showing that they have sufficient ammunition and have a regular supply.


Transportation to and from the area that they attack. 

They are also connected to their chiefs through internet. 


Uniform and weapons

They have the exact same weapon and uniform as the Prime Minister’s special force. 

Well organised food rations

This is another evidence showing that they have sufficient ammunition and have a regular supply.

Collaborate with Authorities

Work closely with the local force, police and Ethiopian defence forces. No fear what so ever to show their faces on the social media. 

People ask us often . . .

Is it really a Genocide?


This video is not for children and sensitive people. There are graphic images of the ongoing horrendous Amhara Genocide victims.

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Our Context

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Ethiopia is a land of majestic history, colorful diversity, and heroic people. It is a country that has hosted both Islam and Christianity since long before these religions were even known beyond the Middle East, a country that defeated colonialists decisively, and has been a melting pot of diverse cultures and languages. It is a country that has come to be known as a Promised Land for blacks across the globe. However, with the introduction of the digital age and the accompanying intense global competition to control the region, the country is under assault from multiple fronts, with the objective of destabilizing and fracturing it. Presently, ethnically- motivated genocidal violence is widespread, and an anachronistic constitution is tearing apart the fabric of the country that has bound the people together for generations.


Our message to you

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Our Main Goals

There is ongoing genocide right now. Our main and urgent objective is to stop these killings. We need to organize several awareness-creating campaigns to get international support.

Once the genocide is over then we can start rehabilitation and restoration of the Amhara Community in Ethiopia.

Short Stories

A genocide is happening right now in Ethiopia. People are crying out for help. The only thing they want is to live. They are crying out for justice. But the government that is supposed to keep them safe is sponsoring this genocide. Here are the stories of some of the victims.

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    Membership Plans

    Choose a plan which is suitable for you.

    Individual Membership

    180$ / year

    This is a yearly membership fee for individuals who would like to support the efforts of the Stop Amhara Genocide Association in Switzerland to create awareness about the Amhara Massacre in Ethiopia.

    Group Membership

    1,200$ / year

    This is a yearly membership fee for Amhara Associations and Civic organization who would like to support the efforts of the Stop Amhara Genocide Association in Switzerland to create awareness about the Amhara Massacre in Ethiopia.


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