|#||Name||Period||Description||Funding Partner||Total Budget (ETB)||Result|
|1.||Girls Power Project||2020 - 2021||Ensure sustainable care and support for OVC by providing them all the basic needs; contribute the wellbeing of OVC and adult, poor, and illiterate women.||Endurance Youth Association Throgh CRVPF organization||950,000.00||- 800 OVCs get access of education
- Their families have gotten the access of improving their income
- 200 women get the access of job
|2.||Youth Challenge Initiative (YCI 3 )||2020-2022||To deepen education at decreasing HIV stigma and discrimination as part of efforts at attaining comprehensive prevention, treatment and care services in the project community.||Youth network For sustainable development by Mih-Lewotatoch from Packard Foundation Development Fund (YNSD).||900,00.00||- 500 people have improved their attitude towards HIV
- Create linkage between sport clubs and government for sustainability of the club.
|3.||Addis Gulit For Gulit vendor and Gender inequality and enhancing women economic empowerment for sustainable development in Addis Ababa administration Regional State||2016-2017||Contribute to the national economic and social development and poverty reduction endeavors of the country through the promotion and creation of conducive environment for the efforts of NGOs, CBOs/CSOs to improve the wellbeing of marginalized groups of the communities in Ethiopia.||(Open –Ideo )/DFID||1,500,000.00||- 48 SHGs established and engaged in income generating activities
- 2000 people have get the access of information on to prevent violence GBV/HTP
- Created strong linkage between government and local CBOs
|4.||SCIP strategic climate institution Program Engagement on the Socio-Economic Empowerment of Addis Ababa Administration Regional state.||2015-2016||To demonstrate the output of Civil Society Organization’s efforts and their contribution for the socio-economic empowerment of hard to reach women; like Gumuz women.||Strategic Climate Institution Program (ISD) Institute for sustainable development (DFID).||8 45,000.00||-Communities’ and government attitude improved due to 20 minute documentary film produces that have contained the work of civil society.
- 500 poster and 2 billboard stand that will give information about the work of Civil society
|5.||Capacity building of Member Organization of UEWCA Focusing on Community-Based Orphan and Vulnerable Children Care and Support Program.||May, 2016-December, 2017||To reduce the devastating social, health, psychological and economic consequence of OVC on the life of Children, women through individual and community socio-economic empowerment by providing information that will help to alleviate their problem through their own available resource.||Union of Ethiopian Women Charitable Association. (UEWCA)||120,000.00||- 65 OVCs get the access of education.
- Their families engaged on income generating activities and improved their means of income
- Sustainable community based structure established that will support OVCs in the future.
|6.||Build the member organization capacity||May, 2016-December 2019||To enhance the members organization capacity by staff secondment, office equipment and training and other facility||Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA)||384,000.00||- Improved the capacity of FIA through resource mobilization.|
|7.||Rolling out Community Care Coalition (CCC) for OVCs Care and Support project||March 2017- December 31/2017||To enhance the capacity of community based structures (CCC) so that care and support services ensured for orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) at the grass root level.||Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA)||140,000.00||-Stretched community based care coalition in sustainable bases.
- Insuring continuous support for OVCs by the local resource and capacity.
|8.||Providing educational support material for OVCs||May 2017- December 2017||To contribute the effort done by the organization to build the capacity of the community to support OVCs through community based structure.||Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association||278,000.00||-452 OVCs have get the access of education.
- It decrease the number of dropout students.
|9.||Rolling out Core Humanitarian Standard CHS||To enhance the accountability and transparency of the implementing organization service provision to the community, donors, and government.||Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA)||105,000.00||-Improve FIA’s documentation
- Improve feedback receiving mechanism from beneficiaries and stakeholders
- Developed manuals.
|10.||Leadership development Program||August 2019-2023||To improve the leadership capacity, skill and quality of leaders of the organization and the organization overall leadership system.||Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association (CCRDA)||200,000.00||- Improved the leadership systems of the organization and including the leaders.|
|11.||Building Climate Change Resilient Economic Capacity and Environment Protection Role of Ethiopian Women through Integrated Approaches in Benishangul Gumuz Regional State Pawe Woreda||2017-Feb 2020||To contribute the efforts toward Climate Resilient, women social-economical empowerment and increase the role of women in climate change adaptation and mitigation process.||Union of Ethiopian Women Charitable Association. (UEWCA)||4,000,000.00||-37,500 people have access the message of environment.
- 2000 women engaged in income generating activities that was environment friendly.
- Access of environment friendly energy through installation of 7 biogas and production of 300 energy saving stove.
- Access of seed nursery site and seed bulking center.
- Increase agricultural production through practicing of CSAs and modern irrigation.
- Created women enable environment for their livelihood system.
- Contribute for the climate change adaptation and mitigation through reducing carbon emission.
|12.||Right Violence Prevention and Adolescent Power Program, in Addis Ababa and Oromia||January 2019-December 2025||Empowering adolescent particularly adolescent girls to prevent violence of their right including SRH through creating enable environment (family, community and school)||Children’s Right Violence Prevention Fund||5,600,000.00||- Adolescent girls have accessed safe space to meet and play.
- Enhanced access of RH information and friendly services.
- Enhanced safe access of services and opportunities.
- Community attitude improved towards adolescents girls.
- Improved linkage between government and community, CSOs.
|13.||Capacity Building of Community, Focusing on Community-Based Orphan and Vulnerable Children Care and Support in Benishangul Gumuz Pawe Woreda||August 2019-December 2020||To enhancing the community capacity including the grass root administration so that sustainable care and support services ensured for OVCs in Pawe woreda||Facilitator for Change||250,000.00||- Established 6 group of CCC and Volunteers that provided support and care for OVCs in sustainable manner.
- Established local resource mobilization system.
- CCCs developed their own administration systems.
- 400 OVCs get the access of education through local resource mobilization system.
|14.||Enhancing the Living Standard of Women by Promote Environmental Friendly Renewable Energy (production of 100 energy saving stoves and installation of 3 low cost Biogas) in Benishangul Pawe woreda||to create job access for unemployed TVET graduate women and women HHs to enhance their living standard by engaging on income generating activities such as production of energy saving stove and installation of low cast biogas 6m3.||Diplomatic Spouse Group of Ethiopia||200,000.00||- 20 women get the access of job through energy saving production stove.
- 5 young women and men get the access of job through biogas installation
- Reducing carbon emission through 3 biogas installed and 104 energy saving stove produce and distributed