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Ask not what your country did for you but what you did for your country" this are the great words spoken by a legend who shaped the history of our world. we highly believe in those words, as a result we always strive to play a great role in our society's development by enhancing the social media presence and impact of Governmental, non governmental organs and individuals, who are playing a major role in the betterment of our country.
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VISION ETHIOPIAN CONGRESS FOR DEMOCRACY (VECOD) was founded at Addis Ababa University by five individuals with sound educational background and experience relevant to civic education. These individuals are representative of the Ethiopian ethnic and gender configuration. VECOD found its genesis in the leaflet entitled ‘’ what should be the role of the intellectual?’’ prepared and distributed in Amharic by the late Abraham abebe.
VECOD is legally registered under no.1006 and is non partisan civic NGO.
Muday Charity Association
Local teacher Muday Mitiku had just opened a private preschool named Fresh and Green Academy. Kotebe, located just north of Addis Ababa, is home to more than 300,000 people, most of them living below the country's poverty line. That's saying a lot in a country where most people get by on less than $1,200 per year.
The preschool was a success. However, educating and feeding only the children whose parents could pay the tuition fee left Muday feeling frustrated and sad. There were still so many children were begging on the streets outside of the school.
She started teaching and feeding the local street children along with her already-enrolled students. After a few months, the parents of the paying students decided that they did not want their kids to study with street children. One by one all the paying students left.
In 2012, Muday formed The Muday Association, a registered charity in Ethiopia. It is a partnership of NGOs whose combined efforts are able to feed and educate 299 students, age three to twelve.