PfC's goal is financial independence for women. Together with our partner Good Samaritan Training Center (GSTC), we offer vocational training to poor young women. 91 new students has now started their six-month vocational education. The students can choose between classes in household / chef / ... » Learn More about Vocational training – new classes
Prior to the global corona outbreak, PfC and Tebita Ambulance had agreed to set up a company to start production of first aid kits. With financial support from PfC, sewing machines and materials were purchased, and three women were employed by the company. During the pandemic, the business was ... » Learn More about Tebita – First aid kit production
PfC has participated as a key player in a national and inter-ministerial process to develop a universal day care policy in Ethiopia, initiated by MoWCY (Ministry of MoWCY , Children and Youth). PfC has contributed with a comprehensive curriculum proposal for day care assistants delivered to the ... » Learn More about Partnerships for systemic changes
What is required for women to be fully participating in the formal economy? Answer: Qualifications, rights, willingness to cooperate, investments and day cares. Through PfC's partnership projects in Ethiopia, where women received training and jobs were created, we realized that organized day ... » Learn More about Competence = Quality day cares
The Day care at the Good Samaritan Training Center (GSTC) has been completely renovated and furnished - and in the beginning of May, the children could finally be welcomed to their start-up at the day care! With this, yet one more Montessori-inspired day care is in place. Professional architects ... » Learn More about Day Care start-up for 30 children!