Center of Concern
Project Title- School Improvement Program Empowering Young Girls Center of Concern (COC)
which is formerly called Forum for Human Right and Development (FHRD) was established in 2005 and registered as indigenous Civil Society Organization & got license from SNNPR state Bureau of Justice and re-registered and licensed as Ethiopian Residents Charity in 2013.
COC is primarily instituted to help marginalized groups; like women, children, youth and disabled people help themselves; and envision seeing them actively participate in and benefit from the development process of the SNNPRS region. To this end, the organization has engaged itself in provision of care and support for orphan and vulnerable children and their guardians; economic empowerment of women and youth; creation of community awareness on social issues like HIV/AIDS; mitigation/ elimination of harmful traditional practices and gender based violence; improvement of quality of education; and environmental protection and management.
More – http://www.centerofconcern.org.et
Ethiopian Teachers Association
Project Title – Safe Schools for Girls
ETA is the oldest professional association representing teachers and education personnel in Ethiopia, was established in 1949 and it has now more than 401,026 members recruited from pre primary to university. ETA is member of Education International (EI) who is in turn member of the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC). The main Purpose of establishment of ETA is to defend teachers’ rights and discharge responsibilities towards improving access to quality education for all citizens.
Accordingly, it has been working with national and international organizations. Since its establishment, ETA has been engaging in the country’s social, economical and political development. To affect its roles and responsibilities, ETA has organized and implemented different projects. More-http://www.ethiopianteachers.org
Tigrai Development Association
Project Title: Growing thinking Schools Inside out to Empower Young Girls
TDA was established in 1981 E.C. (1998 G.C.) in North America, in the city of Washington D.C, with great emotion and sense of Nationalism at the time of fierce struggle of the people of Tigrai. In order to protect the Tigrai people from the economical and social harm brought on by the struggle with the Derg regime the people agreed to organize an association which collects contribution of money and brings together knowledge and skills. This association later on came to be known as the Tigrai Development Association.
The main task of TDA is to alleviate all rounded socio – economic problems of the people of Tigrai with the help and support of its members and supporters.
Youth and Cultural Development Foundation
Project Title- School Community Support Fund to Strengthen Girls Education
Youth and Cultural Development Foundation (YCDF) is a non-governmental, non-profit organization founded by youth development passionate leaders and social entrepreneurs. The organization is registered as an Ethiopian Charities and Societies Agency in 2013 with its headquarter in Addis Ababa and branches in Wolliso- S/W/Shewa Zonne, Oromiya Regional State and in Wolikite-Gurage Zone, Southern Nations and Nationalities and People (SNNP) Region of Ethiopia.
YCDF envisions seeing empowered, progressive and well equipped youths who are change agents in the development of their communities.
More – http://www.ycdfoundation.wix.com/ycdfoundation
The Ethiopia Scout Association
Project Title- Scout- Giving a life time of Skills and Confidence for young people
The Ethiopia Scout Association was first introduced in Ethiopia in 1919 and chartered by an Imperial decree in 1950. It thrived until 1974. The movement resurfaced and rejoined the worldwide movement in 2002. Since then it has been ever growing, reaching and changing the lives of several young Ethiopians in all parts of the country.
Currently the Ethiopia Scout Association has over 68,000 Scouts. It has Regional Scout Councils in all the 9 regions and the 2 city Administrations.
As a movement based on the development of young people and enabling them to be active citizens contributing to their communities Scouting mainly focuses on the following Strategic Priority areas: More-https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ethiopia-Scout-Association/205650182813869?ref=ts&fref=ts
Project Title- Support to Access Quality Education to Empower Adolescent Girls
Light Ethiopia (LE) is a non-governmental and non-profit making development organization, which started its operation before 2011 and re-registered in 2012. LE registered by the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia charity and society agency by the registration number 2805 to operate in all regional states, primarily on Tigray, Amhara, Addis Ababa, Oromia and SNNPR.
In addition to the main registration from charity and Society Agency Light Ethiopia signed an operational agreement with the respective regions such as Amhara and Oromia Regional States. https://www.facebook.com/lightethiopia?fref=ts
Ethiopian National Association of the Blind (ENAB)
Project Title- The Challenges of being Blind or visually impaired to Pursuit Higher Education
Ethiopian National Association of the Blind (ENAB) is a non-governmental non-profit making membership organization. It was founded on January 1, 1960. Currently it has 35 Branches found in different regions and localities throughout the country with a total of about 10,322 active members.
ENAB has been providing educational materials to blind students in many government schools, colleges and in Addis Ababa University. It is helping so many blind students to complete their education at the primary and intermediate level as well as at a higher institution level including Addis Ababa University.Ada Warka Tila Mahiber
Project Title- Learning Together – Tutorial by Volunteer Teachers
The AWTM was established on 15 March 2004 and was registered and licensed by the Federal Democratic republic of Ethiopia Charities and Societies Agency as an “Ethiopian Residents Charity” in accordance with the Charities and Societies Proclamation No. 621/2009. Abenezer Bezo Adragot Limat Mahiber
Project Title- Support to Tutorial after School Program for Nurturing and Safe Environment
ABAM was established in August, 2010 and is located in Oromia region, North Shoa Zone. Some of its work includes but is not limited to caring for orphan children, providing educational materials and clothing to children, providing educational opportunities to economically challenge children, caring for veterans and handicap people, providing possible assistance to make electricity, potable water and other locally scarce essentials.
Ghion Development Aid Organization
Project Title- Capacitating Disadvantaged Adolescent Girls to complete High School
GDAO formerly known as Ethiopian Aidis is working on Integrated Urban and Rural Development Programs, Education, Health including RH, Family Planning, Malaria, etc, Street Children’s Prevention and Rehabilitation, Skill Training and IGS, Infrastructure and Agriculture in Amhara National Regional State, Oromia National Regional State and Addis Ababa City Administration. Generally, GDAO has implemented a large number of projects in the past years. To mention a few, Integrated Family Health Program, Learn Technical and Vocational Skills for Work, Empowering Women and Vulnerable Young People on Sexual and Reproductive Health Choice, Income Generation and Job Creation project for Vulnerable Youth Through Vocational & Skill Training, and Agricultural TVET, Livelihood Improvement of Unemployed/Vulnerable Youth for Food Security Project in collaboration with various bilateral and international organizations. Moreover, GDAO maintains its own project centers equipped with the necessary facilities and fleet of vehicles and motor cycles both in Addis Ababa and Debre Markos.
Saint Mary Community Development
Project Title- After School Program Providing Safe and Nurturing Environment
Saint Mary Community Development Organization (SMCDO) is a nongovernmental, non profitable non-partisan charity organization established in 2003. The organization re-registered to the new charities and societies Agency on November 20, 2009 after passing through rigorous activities that makes it fit in to the new Societies and Charities Legislation.
Wontta Rural Development Organization
Project Title- Support to Disadvantage Girls to Enhance their learning outcome
Wontta Rural Development Association (WRDA) is an indigenous Local NGO established in 1999 G.C. It runs integrated rural development activities in SNNPRS of Wolaita Zone especially in Diguna Fango, Damot Woyde, Hummbo, Offa, Boloso Bombei and Soddo Zuria districts.
WRDA strives to do its best to development and wants to see a society in which every citizen has equalaccess and opportunity to basic Education, nutritional food, primary health service and ultimately sustainably enhanced equitable and sustainable development.