Partner Organization: Children’s Home Society and Family Services

Ethiopian Orphan Relief is pleased to announce its partnership with Children’s Home Society and Family Services.

Children’s Home Society & Family Services (CHSFS) is an adoption placement agency that works with Ethiopian orphans, and houses these children at a private care house facility in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Some of their humanitarian projects include:

Hope for Hossana: A project aimed at helping the people of Hossana and the surrounding communities by providing essential support such as healthcare and education. As part of the project, a school will be built featuring classrooms, water filtration, a lunch/food program, sanitation facilities and a library.

Ottoro School: A project that will help families stay together by providing them with education and clean water.

Sipara Mother and Child Health Center: A health center located in Addis Ababa that provides community-based medical care to disadvantaged and underserved women and children. Services include outpatient services, prenatal care and education, inpatient services, delivery, biomedical lab testing and newborn immunizations. Sipara has served thousands of Ethiopians since it began services in October 2007. Sipara will partner with the University of Minnesota’s Global Pediatrics Fellowship Program and International Adoption Clinics.

Ethiopian Orphan Relief will be raising money for a sanitation system at CHSFS’ Hope for Hosanna School. If you’d like more information, please visit our website at www.ethiopianorphanrelief.org or contact us at Jane@ethiopianorphanrelief.org.

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