ADIA is a nongovernmental nonprofit with no political affiliation or religion. We stand in a line of action in respect of the person and base our beliefs and demands within the framework of respect for human rights.
The basic aim of our association is working to reduce malnutrition affecting children and the development of women in Ethiopia. The potential of any country are young people through education. The proposed project is the result of contacts with the population of Wukro and knowing reality. Spring 1996 Nurse Victoria Draper, a voluntary surgical field, Angel knows Olaran the White Fathers (Missionaries of Africa), which maintained its commitment to the education and training of young people in secondary Wukro. The result of this and other contacts, the year 1998 is the Association for the Development of Children of Africa.
Setting priority to food and educational training for children and young people. Our association works in the field of social cooperation. Collaborated priorities determined by the parties concerned, including specific grant or cooperative linkages to enable autonomy and long-term members of the community. The Association draws mainly from membership fees and contributions varied. To achieve this we participate in awareness campaigns in various towns exposing our food projectes.Establint priority to training and education of children and young people.
Our association works in the field of cooperation social.mantenimdins a line of action with respect to the person and base our beliefs and demands within the framework of respect for human rights.