Envisioning an Ethiopian society

free of gender violence

 

 

 

 

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Family Service Association (FSA) is a non-governmental, non-partisan, and non-profit organization established in the year 2000 by a group of volunteer Ethiopian professionals with rich experience in gender, social work, human development, RH/FP and HIV/AIDS as well as other multi-sector development. It was registered as a legal entity with the Ministry of Justice in 2006. Following the Charities and Societies Law of 2010, it was re-registered, under the registration number 0622, as an "Ethiopian Resident Charity."

FSA is established to maintain and/or increase the intimate relationship of the family, the nucleus of the community and society. Moreover, it aims to alleviating the socio-economic problems facing women, youth, children, and other disadvantaged segments of society in response to increasing incidents of violence against women (VAW) and children.

FSA's Three-Year Strategic Plan and Management Document (SPM) guides it strategic direction and action plans and human resources as well as its monitoring and evaluation systems.

 

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