Our Mission: Food, Education, Medicine

Thematic Areas

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Thematic Areas (Focus Areas)

As we tried to quote in the above pulmonary part of BOWAN, the last decades basic project engagement of the organization were focused on women capacity building of training program in different areas, based on the need of community. We had been accomplished the mission successfully making direct collaboration with different government and non-government organization. Frankly speaking the organization has brings dramatic changes on the life of  the community. And have got recognition from government and other organizations those who engaged with similar mission.

Now BOWAN stand to keep on going all of existing thematic areas like women empowerment, disables, youth, children, education, health, climate change and agricultural development. BOWAN has warm heart to welcome any organization who want engaged in these thematic areas to work with us collaboratively.

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Geographical Coverage

  • Addis Ababa City Administration
  • Amhara National Regional State
  • Dire Dawa City Administration
  • Oromia National Regional State
  • Southern Nations, Nationalities; and people´s Region (SNNPR)
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Focus Areas

  • Economic Empowerment
  • Education
  • Community capacity building
  • Skill training
  • Prevention and control of HIV/AIDS
  • Care and support services for HIV/AIDS victims and OVCs
  • Urban Agriculture
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Baby sitting (care) skill

Block concrete production

School feeding for 25 children Bakery

fast food production for 102 women

Medium wet laundry service skill for 55 women

Basic computer skill, out door advertizing &printing as well as Internet Operation for 862 women, In came generation for hand crafting & Work shop on ICT

Workshop on saving and credit for stakeholders & 25 women has coordinated on saving and credit Association

Creating access to own living house for 237 displaced women by paying down payment required purchasing a studio type of condominium house from the city administration

100 Poor Women Training on Baby Sitting Skills in 2018