Famine relief for 100 families in Tigray Economic Empowerment of 10 female headed families Feed 50 at risk babies in Tigray, Ethiopia Refuge for abused women in Tigray, Ethiopia

Abraham's Oasis

Org #32719
Vetted since 2016 Top Ranked Effective Nonprofit
2007
year founded
$212,416
raised on GlobalGiving
7
years fundraising
3
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Creating an enabling environment whereby social and cultural integration of marginalized and vulnerable children and women will occur, strengthening them through childcare, protection, skills training, health awareness, schooling and family re-unification resulting in dignity and independence of the individual and the community.

Project Leaders
Catharina van den Bosch
Catharina van den Bosch
Carlos Mearg
Carlos Mearg
Team
Catharina van den Bosch, Ruth C Kennedy, Aklilu G/Egziabeher
Organization Information
P.O.Box 64
Shire-Endaselasse, Tigray N/A
Ethiopia
00251 911562244
Organization Information
P.O.Box 64
Shire-Endaselasse, Tigray N/A
Ethiopia
00251 911562244

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Thank you for making the difference!

By Catharina van den Bosch | Founder/Director

We just want to use this opportunity to thank you for the incredible difference you have made in the life of many babies! This year we have taken in a record amount of babies. The majority were... Read the full report ›

Mystery child...

By Catharina van den Bosch | Founder/Director

One and a half year old baby girl M. was found wandering the streets. Someone picke her up and took her to the police station where they contacted social services and waited till someone would report... Read the full report ›

Hope restored

By Catharina van den Bosch | Founder/Director

She was broken, the things that had happened to here were more than a normal human being could bear. She couldn't speak about it, and kept it all inside, hoping it would go away. But it didn't, it... Read the full report ›
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