AACFSA has effectively implemented diverse community programs in Ethiopia, investing a substantial amount over the past years to extend support to underserved populations. The initiatives cover a range of interventions, including empowering women and marginalized individuals through business and vocational training, establishing institutional day care centers, providing educational assistance, implementing health programs, promoting women’s empowerment and girls’ education, executing WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) initiatives, facilitating child sponsorship, constructing schools, and supporting libraries.

These interventions have collectively made a positive impact on the lives of the end-users, reaching significant target groups in various locations across the heavily affected areas of Addis Ababa, Oromia, and Amhara regions.

Target Groups

Our organization targets several groups through different Ethiopia Local community programs  including:

• Orphans and vulnerable children’s
• Destitute Women/widows
• Youth
• Community based organization’s
• Migrate and returnees
• People with disability
• General Community

Partnerships And Donors

AACFSA works  in partnership with various international and local organizations, including government institutions at different levels such as federal, regional, zonal, and district levels. 

The organization funds its projects through donations from multiple donors from the Netherlands, Italy, and the USA as well as individual donors. AACFSA places great importance on maintaining good relationships with its donors, child sponsors, and direct contributors as well as local partners; it is committed to ensuring that its funds are utilized effectively and efficiently. The organization exercises strict control over the use of funds to ensure that all funds are used for their intended purpose. In addition to its partnerships and funding sources

 AACFSA is a member of several networks, including CCRDA, PANE, and a network of orphan and vulnerable children. By being a member of these networks, AACFSA can collaborate with other organizations to share best practices, access additional resources, and expand its reach to help more individuals and communities in need. by launching many Ethiopia Local community programs

Major Achievements

years of expriance

AACFSA has 32 years of experience improving the lives of vulnerable individuals in its intervention areas across three regional states.

children served

The child sponsorship project provided education, health, and psychosocial services to 650 children in order to improve their access to these vital resources.

orphans adopted

children at-risk were successfully adopted for a more sustainable future, both domestically and internationally.

Vocational skill trainees

disadvantaged women and youth received vocational training in various areas, including computer skills, sewing, automotive, and food preparation.

Supported 240 guardians of children through women's skill development and economic strengthening projects for sustainable livelihoods.
Provided tailoring and knitting skills training to guardians for additional income generation.
Offered Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) and nutrition support to over 200 children through our day care services.
Provided holistic support and rehabilitation to 140 street children to enroll them in education.
Built and handed over two fully furnished primary schools with a capacity of 1600 students.
Built and furnished Miraf High School with a capacity of serving 2500 students per year.
Built and equipped a mini public library in Ambo town to maintain the reading habit of the youth.
Provided housing to 10 families living under absolute poverty.
Promoted adult and literacy intervention to enhance the reading and writing skills of the local illiterate.
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School Construction

making education accessible to school-going children and families in previously unreached areas.

Library Support

providing a space where youth can access books, journals, and other educational materials

Girls Education

foster and maintain a positive and transparent relationship between school-going girls and their teachers.

Homeless Children Rehablitation Center

providing economic, educational, and social reintegration of displaced street children.

DayCare Center

providing subsidized daycare services and nutrition support to marginalized and disadvantaged communities.

Wash Program

access to safe and clean water, as well as proper sanitation facilities, and promote hygiene practices within communities.

Vocational Skill Center

empower women and youth by providing technical, life skills, maternal skills development, and entrepreneurship support.

Women Empowerment

addressing the financial and psychological struggles faced by vulnerable groups of women.