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ANPPCAN-Ethiopia is a membership organization with a General Assembly of 75 members, a Management Board of 7 members, and a Secretariat headed by an Executive Director with a total of 96 employees: 73 male and 23 female


The major objectives of ANPPCAN-Ethiopia are the following:

  • To create conducive environment for the normal growth and development of children by providing parenting skills and positive child disciplining methods for parents, guardians, teachers, children and other community members;
  • To rehabilitate and reintegrate orphans, vulnerable children, street children, migrant and trafficked children, labor exploited children, children affected physically, psychologically and sexually, and children with disabilities by providing them educational material support, medical, counseling and family reunification services.
  • To provide community based family centered support for orphans, vulnerable children and children with disabilities and vocational training support and income generation for out of school vulnerable children and youth;
  • To contribute to positive upbringing of children and the youth in protecting them against HIV/AIDS and other health hazards of child rearing practices and providing them with reproductive health services and life skills;
  • To contribute to community led development program benefiting children, youth and women with particular focus on provision of quality education, primary health care, water and sanitation and support for saving and credit cooperatives for low income communities;
  • To undertake studies on orphans and vulnerable children, street children, migrant children, children affected  physically, psychosocially and sexually and children with disabilities and share findings with relevant organizations;
  • Network with government organizations and national and international NGOs with similar objectives for improved services for children;
  • To engage in disaster prevention and reduction (DPR)


  • Education and Early Childhood Development
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
  • Child Migration and Trafficking
  • Disaster Prevention and Rehabilitation of Victims