It is almost normal for children to leave home young in Ethiopia, especially in the country’s north. Seeking work, they move from poor rural areas to richer cities.
The journey has many dangers. Unprotected, they are vulnerable to exploitation. Traffickers pick them up and sell them. They are forced to become house slaves or sexually exploited as prostitutes.
We take a stand against the exploitation of these child migrants. We offer them a safe place, education, information, medical care and legal help. Join our fight.
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Young girls who must marry older men no longer go to school. Forced genital mutilation rituals, child abuse an…
Together with experienced partners we are working towards a world without child exploitation, where young people can feel safe today and better about tomorrow. Join our fight.
Jerusalem Children and Community Development Organization (JeCCDO) was established as Jerusalem Association Children’s Home (JACH) in 1985 as an indigenous, non-governmental, humanitarian organization, in response to the needs of children who were left orphaned, displaced or lacked proper care and support as a result of the 1984 famine. This makes JeCCDO one of the oldest indigenous organizations in the country.Visit the website of JeCCDO
ANPPCAN-Ethiopia strives towards realizing the wellbeing of children by creating enabling environment for their normal growth and development, provision of psychosocial support for vulnerable children, prevention of child migration and trafficking and rehabilitation of victims, work on sexual reproductive health and take part on community led development programs benefiting children, youth and women.Visit the website of ANPPCAN
Mahibere Hiwot for Social Development
MahibereHiwot for Social Development (MSD) was established in 1999 by few volunteer youth who were concerned and hence aspired to contribute their part to combat the spread of HIV.Visit the website of Mahibere Hiwot