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New York, NY (December 13th, 2015) — ESAC (Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee) premieres its African Cultural Tour that is projected to start its travel tour in Summer 2016. We are currently accepting applications for those who may be interested in learning about Africa’s rich history and would like to visit areas in Ethiopia and Ghana. We have more information regarding tour information at: https://esacnyc.com/travel/ or click on our ‘Travel Join us 2016 Ethiopian trip’tab.
Happy Holidays and happy travels!
Scenic pictures taken in a previous tour to Ethiopia by ESAC founder/chairperson
New York, NY (October 09, 2015) — ESAC held its annual Cultural Exchange and Family Day event. Bright lights and music accompanied the attendees. Ethiopian coffee and cuisine was served. Many families were entertained by the Ethiopian music and engaged in the festivities of the event. Children enjoyed themselves, engaging in Ethiopian dancing and some were playing. As promised, Ethiopian adopted children and their adoptive family performed instrumental Ethiopian music We welcome and hope Ethiopian adoptive families join ESAC and become apart of our community. We will continue this process every year. We hope this event will and continue to create awareness towards ESAC and its missions. ESAC wants to open and break the cultural barrier by welcoming Ethiopians and non-Ethiopians a like to become acquainted with Ethiopian culture, language and history. Below are a collection of photos and videos from the event, enjoy.
We appreciate our supporters and attendees. See you next year!
ዓለም አቀፍ የሴቶች ቀን የካቲት ፳፱ (March. 8)
በመላው ዓለም በየዓመቱ በየካቲት 29 ቀን ይንም (March 8.) የሲቶች ቀን በመባል በታላቁ ይከበራል ። ይህንኑ በማጠናከር የኢትዮጵያ ማህበራዊ አገልግሎት በዓሉን ምክንያት በማድረግ የውይይት መድረክ አዘጋጀቶአል። ለሴቶች መብትና ጢንነትን በተመለከተ በየጊዜው ብዙ ሽግግርና ማሻሻያም ተደርጓል ይሁንንና ችግሩ በተለየ መልኩ በመከሰት የሚፈለገው ደረጃ ላይ መድረስ አልቻለም። ይሁንና የሴቶችን ችግር ገጠመኘን ለማሻሻል ና መፍተሄ ለማግኘት የውይይት ዝግጀት ተይዟል. አርስዎም የዚሁ ውይይት ተካፋይ እንዲሆኑ ተጋብዘዋል።
እንድሚታወቀው የኢትዮጵያ ሴትች በተለያየ መንገድ ኑሮን ለማሸነፍ ወደ ጎሬቤት የአረብ ሀገር በሕግም ሆነ ካለህግ ካሀገራቸው ውጪ በመሄድ የደረሰባቸው ችግር እጅግ አሳዛኝና አስደንጋጭ ነው ይህንን ሁኔታ ያላየ ያልሰማ የለም። ታዲያ መፍተሄው ምንድነው? አሁንም በሹሉክልክ ከሕግ ውጪ ወደዚሁ ሀገር ለሞትና ለባርነት በመሄድ ላይ ይገኛለኡ።
በውይይቱ ላይ ተግኝተው የበኩልዎን ሃሳብ ይስጡ በማለት የኢትዮጵያ ማህበራዊ አግልግሎት ኮሚቴ በአክብሮት ያሳስባል.!
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In honor of Women’s History Month, the Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee will held its annual event on March 8, 2014
The Panel discussion is focused on advocating for the right of domestic workers in the Middle East who are suffering from horrific act of various human Right violations. For long time, women have remained invisible in various sectors across the world. Their socio-economic contributions and unique experiences have not been taken into account. Furthermore, domestic violence is one of the deep-rooted problems of women that hinder socio-economic empowerment.
The abuse of domestic workers is a human right issue. It needs an in-depth understanding of the issues that is related with the domestic work industry. It has received widespread news coverage in deferent incident after an Ethiopian nanny in Libya who had suffered from the abuse and severe burns at the hands of her employers that was exposed by a CNN reporter. Also Ethiopian Domestic worker, Alem Dechasa, in daylight in Lebanon dragged to the car by her employer and shortly later reported of committing suicide. These and other similar incidents have been exposed by Aljazeera, BBC and other Medias. The human right violation of Ethiopian Immigrant workers story elicited heated reactions from Ethiopians and the worldwide, putting the spotlight on thousands of others who continue to toil under dangerous conditions in various countries in the region. These surfaced cases, domestic worker travesty, are still prevalent. Let the world know the extent of the problem and the need of urgent action!
Having said these, ESAC kindly invites you to join us on our panel discussion of experts advocate to create awareness and seeking justice for Abused Ethiopian Domestic Workers.
Click here for this event’s flier:
(ESAC) is a non-political, non-profit organization. It is organized under the Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation law for welfare and educational purposes. ESAC’s objective is to support and advocate for the youth, women’s rights, health, and education, Health one of ESAC objective and bring In order to raise awareness on the issues mentioned, ESAC plans to provide basic educational seminars as well as organize conferences, panel discussions, and communal events on health for communities.