I Entrust Them To You!
Ethiopia, Sudan,
South Sudan
I Entrust Them To You!
Ethiopia, Sudan, South Sudan

Health Aid

Eat, Grow, Be Healthy and Study

To reduce malnutrition and improve child survival

  • In the shorter-term we provide nourishing[nutritious] food for a certain period tracking the states of children.
  • In the longer-term we educate families on how to prepare and provide nutritious food to their children and create the conditions for people to become self-reliant again, by promoting the availability, access and use of local food resources; improving health and other social services; promoting optimal infant and young child feeding practices.

Feeding in School

Hunger affects children’s concentration and ability to learn.
Our feeding program provides the children in school with a nutritious meal. The gift of a meal is more than just filling an empty stomach.
 The school feeding programs help students to attend school regularly and be mentally and physically healthy.

Medical Aid
Aimed to save lives and alleviate sufferings

Our dispensary, Clinic, and Feeding Center welcome hundreds of people every day, and we have many programs going on: HIV, Tuberculosis, pregnancy, malnourished children, etc.

We are supported by

* MEAFORD: Nutrition Program
* UNICEF: EPI Program (vaccination for children and pregnant mothers),
* WFP supports food for TB patients per month.
* AAA supports TB medicines.
* IOM provides a small number of medicines
* ACTION MEDEOR supports small medicines for malaria.
* UNDP: Medicines for HIV.

Sanitation and Hygiene

We provide instruction for sanitation and hygiene skills to all people in the clinic, Feeding Center, and our schools.

We strive to achieve access to adequate and equitable sanitation and hygiene for all and end open defecation, paying special attention to the needs of women and girls and those in vulnerable situations

Access to Safe Water

Access to Clean Water Is A Human Right. We try to give people access to safe water. Unsafe water is one of the world’s largest health and environmental problems. Lack of access to safe water sources is a leading risk factor for infectious diseases, including cholera, diarrhea, dysentery, hepatitis A, typhoid and polio. It also exacerbates malnutrition, and in particular, childhood stunting.