OVC program

Addis Development Vision has been implementing a community based support program for orphans and vulnerable children within communities and cities. The program aimed at improving the well-being and protection of orphan and vulnerable children and it has achieved the following results:

CBR Program for Persons with Disabilities

The rehabilitation program offered its services through the provision of physical exercise with participation of parents, medical rehabilitation, provision of appliances and simple aids, awareness raising about disability, and provision of educational and skill training opportunities. Moreover, the organization attempted to integrate HIV/AIDS prevention and care into its on-going CBR program that proven successful and cost effective

Health and Sanitation works

ADV has also been involved in health and sanitation programs. In this regard, it has undertaken a health and sanitation project in some selected Kebeles’ of Lasta Wereda of North Wello, Awassa, and Addis Ababa Cities. The objective of the project was to enable the community to have access to communal latrines and to raise the awareness of the community with regard to environmental sanitation. The project has constructed communal latrines and handed over to the target households and communities.

ADV has been implementing an elderly support project in Awassa and Lalibela town along with its other community based programs. The objective of the project was to improve the lives of older persons in these towns through a community based support program. The major activities of the project include improving the living environment of older persons through shelter, communal latrine and water construction and maintenance, medical support and income generation scheme

 Improving learning outcomes

ADV in partnership with five local NGOS is leading a program aimed at improving the learning outcome of children from resource poor families in Addis Ababa. The program is devised to encompass six components and tries to triangulate the intervention for its sustainability.  The Project has six program components that ranged from improving learning outcome of children to improving parent’s livelihood.