Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee (ESAC)
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Uses Advocacy to Create Awareness on Ethiopian Women in the Middle East
New York, New York (January 29, 2012) – ETHIOPIAN SOCIAL ASSISTANCE COMMITTEE will host its first Women’s History Month event on March 3, 2012. As you may or may not know, Ethiopian women in the Middle East have been abused or killed for years. This travesty is still prevalent and we are asking that you join us and our panel of experts to work towards eliminating this issue by advocating, creating awareness and justice for the victims and or their families. On March 3, 2012 this inaugural event will take place at 828 2nd Avenue in New York City.
“As the need for support continues to grow, this month we honor all Women by giving back and making an impact on our local and international communities,” said Zewditu Fesseha, the Founder of ESAC. This month, throughout the year, we are seeing citizens of the Diaspora and Americans using the power of their voice to shed light on their own and each other’s well-being and making a real difference in the lives of women around the world.
In keeping with the theme for Women’s History Month 2012, “Women’s Education – Women’s Empowerment” ESAC plans to host the start of a conversation which aims to mark the importance equal rights and knowledge of the human condition. We can transform as well as abolish these brutal practices. The panel of speakers, as well as the host will share their personal associations to the movement, ideas for resolutions, and more.
The Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee is a non-profit organization. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation law for welfare and educational purposes. The Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee vision is to support women’s rights, health, education and culture. In order to improve their awareness on the issues mentioned, ESAC provides basic educational seminars for these topics.