We are reaching out to you with a heartfelt request to contribute to the rebuilding project of Amanuel Girls Boarding and Care Center (AGBCC) in Ethiopia. AGBCC has been a sanctuary for young girls, providing them with education, shelter, and care. Unfortunately, the center was recently affected by a devastating incident, and we are seeking your support to restore this vital institution. As an organization committed to making a difference, People to People U.S.A. urges you to join us in this noble cause.
The Urgent Need for Rebuilding: Tragically, AGBCC appeal to your kindness and compassion to help us rebuild the center and restore its vital services. Your contribution, no matter the amount, will make a significant impact on the lives of these vulnerable girls.
Donation Information: To facilitate your donation, please find the necessary details below:
- Name of the Organization: People to People U.S.A.
- Bank Account Number: 91687728
- Bank Name: Abyssinia
- Bank Bank Address: Filweha Branch, Addis Ababa Bank City: Addis Ababa
- Swift Code: ABYSETAA
We encourage donations from both within Ethiopia and around the world. Your generosity will directly support the rebuilding efforts and enable the AGBCC to resume its mission of nurturing and educating young girls in a safe and supportive environment.
How Your Donation Will Be Used: Every dollar donated will go towards the reconstruction of AGBCC and improving its facilities to meet the needs of the girls. The funds will be utilized to rebuild Community Center, Dining Hall, Dormitory and other essential facilities, ensuring that the girls can continue their education and receive the care they deserve.
Your Support Matters: By donating to the AGBCC Rebuilding Project, you will contribute to the transformation of the lives of young girls, giving them renewed hope, a chance for education, and a path towards a brighter future. Together, we can restore the AGBCC and empower these girls to become agents of change within their communities.
Make a Difference Today: Your contribution, no matter how big or small, will make a tremendous impact on the lives of these girls who have already faced significant challenges. We kindly request you to donate generously to the rebuilding project of Amanuel Girls Boarding and Care Center (AGBCC). Together, we can restore their dreams and provide them with the opportunities they deserve.
On behalf of People to People U.S.A. and the girls of AGBCC, we extend our deepest gratitude for your support. Together, we can rebuild hope and create a better future for these deserving young girls.
Thank you for your generosity!
The care and support to orphan girls project in Amanuel Girls’ Boarding Care Center serves children whose families have been affected by the HIV/AIDS crisis. P2P established the Care Center in 2007 at the city of Amanuel town 30 km from DM on the way to BD.e
The project has supported 65 (sixty-five) vulnerable girls until they finish university education. Supported 23 orphan girls finish College studies. And assisted 15 vulnerable girls finish grade 12.
Currently, we serve around 86 orphan girls who are attending school at traditional public schools. 20 (twenty) live full-time at the Care Center and receive comprehensive care and support services (Shelter, food, educational materials, clothing, hygienic materials and recreation and psych-social support ). 38 (thirty eight) students live at home, but receive monthly financial assistance, psych-social support, and other services from the Care Center. And 30 university students get monthly financial assistance.
Many former students of the Care Center have gone on to higher education, including in the medical field. Their individual successes will also continue to power Ethiopia’s growth and development.
People To People Inc strongly believes that for people infected and affected by the epidemic, HIV is not only a medical experience. It is also a social and emotional experience that profoundly affects their lives and their futures. Programming for children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS contributes to the achievement of an AIDS-free generation by responding to the social (including economic) and emotional consequences of the disease on children, their families, and communities that support them. Based on this ideal, P2P established boarding schools for girls who were orphaned due to HIV and AIDS in northern Ethiopia. The facility combined both community-based outreach and facility-based services, anchoring on child focused services which support their education, health care, psychosocial support, legal protection, and economic strengthening activities. So far 100 children have been supported and successfully finished their education and joined colleges.