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WE ARE CURRENTLY OPEN TO TRAVEL TO ETHIOPIA ( 2019). IN ORDER TO REGISTER, PLEASE email US AT: ESAC.NYC@GMAIL.COM.
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Please come enjoy authentic Ethiopian foods and kid-friendly meals! Please feel free to invite your friends, family and anyone (as this event is open to the public). Come share knowledge about Women’s Day Celebration and participate in our efforts to make the world better! Please reserve your seats and we are looking forward to see you!
ESAC will be hosting its annual trip to Ethiopia this Summer 2018! Ethiopia is known as the Cradle of civilization, was listed in the UNESCO most fascinating places in the world and is land of diversity, love and ground-breaking scenery! Please join Ethiopian Social Assistance (ESAC) in this great trip to Ethiopia for a life-changing experience in the greatest destinations in Africa! We will be hosting our first conference call for those who interested, please register with Skype, and secure your deposit by emailing us at: ESAC.NYC@Gmail.Com to reserve your spot! We are proud to be hosting another great trip to Ethiopia/Africa!
We are hosting our annual Cultural Exchange Family Day Event October 29th, 2017. Our hope is to bring families together while showcasing Ethiopian Culture/Values. We hope to bring people of all walks of life together to enjoy Ethiopian Rituals and Celebrations while also understanding ESAC’s initiatives. Volunteers for our U.N. NGO/non-profit organization is welcomed!!! Please join, attached is the flier for this event!
WHEREAS, it is known large number of Ethiopian women travel to the Middle East to work as domestic workers, and often most of them are abused, denied their salaries, held in captivity, raped, and tortured by their employers; and,
WHEREAS, it is also known that majority of the governments in the Middle East exclude foreign domestic workers from legal employment protection; and,
WHEREAS, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights and the International Labor Organization have to put more pressure on the Middle Eastern governments; and,
WHEREAS, the abuse of domestic workers is a human rights issue, which needs an in-depth understanding and a strategic solution within and beyond the Ethiopian community; and,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee has inaugurated its first public meeting on March 03, 2012, to create an advocacy task force to lobby governments and responsible parties on the plight of foreign domestic…
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