Vision Community Development Association (VoCDA) is an Ethiopian Residents Charity Organizations, which is engaged in the promotion of people’s self-development focusing on rural and semi-urban poor community who are the most vulnerable to the problems of under development in Urban and rural areas. VoCDA has been established in 2003, & registered with federal CSO agency as local NGO.
• Registration No. 0129.
• Entered in to Operational and project agreements with Federal and regional concerned bureaus.
Message from Executive Director
How are you all readers and viewers of our website! we have developed this website as a way to make people aware of the services and/or products we are offering, understand why our services are relevant for the needy community, we serve, through different development endeavors and see which of our organization’s services qualities/potentials set our organization special. Moreover, the objectives of the website’s development are:
- To increase our outreach capacity to reach more users and donors so that the organization can secure more funding and give more services to the needy people,
- To Become a Confident resource of the information that disseminated on our websites to donors, to community in need and development practitioner in the social development sectors
- To build our Brand in the development endeavor, through our services to the needy community to whom we are committed. To this end I believe the website is users friendly and easily usable as well.
Generally, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the website developer’s firm, VoCDA staffs, and boards who participated throughout the process. Especial thanks go to Plan-International Ethiopia, who cooperates with us in supporting financially to enable us the website development become real.
Our Major Services
Women’s empowerment (SHGs, IGAs, curbing HIV/AIDS and HTP, curbing, reproductive health awareness activities, and food security
Environmental Rehabilitation, Education and Advocacy
Food Security Enhancement
Non-Formal Basic Child and Adult Education