Donation Ethiopia 

CBE: Semen Gebeya Branch

A/C: 1000153806245

Account Name -ECS-CM Alemachen



Who we are

Our Vision

To be a prophetic voice for the poor and marginalized (groups as well as individuals) by advocating, through words and actions, for the dignity and sanctity of all humanity.

Our Mission:

To proclaim Good News to people through the promotion of integral human development by we uphold the purpose of our founder, St. Vincent de Paul.


  • Respect, Parental Love,  Holistic care 
  • Conducive Environment(Hygiene, Nutrition, Sporting, and  Aflatoon) 
  • Recovery (Physical, Emotional, Psychological and Social Integration)
  • Honest, Transparency, Integrity 

Goal and Objectives

Goal: Disabled children regain the fullest possible social integration by limiting or reversing the impacts of disabilities.

Specific Objectives:

  • Remove economic and information barriers of poor families with disabled children in accessing modern curative and rehabilitative health care services
  • Provide holistic curative and rehabilitative health care services for fast healing and recovery
  • Empower disabled children with life skills for full reintegration into social life.

Alemachen CM Program Organizational Chart



 Major Activities

In order to achieve the project goal and objectives, Alemachen will accomplish the following strategies and activities.

Strategy 1: create a strong partnership with families/parents or caregivers of a disabled child

Before admission into Alemachen Convalescent Home for Disabled Children, the project staff will fully listen and orient the disabled child’s family or caregiver on the services to be provided and the role of the family at different stages of care. The family or caregiver will be fully responsible for providing child care after discharge from the center. The family provides a contact address for the guarantor. The guarantor can visit the child periodically and will reintegrate the child into the family after getting holistic services at Alemachen. For the further follow-up, Alemachen will share the information with local parish priests, congregations in the area, religious sisters, CBR, NGOs government social affairs, and private entities.

Strategy 2: create a strong partnership with partners providing medical and other rehabilitation services

Providing medical and rehabilitation care services to a disabled child is a complicated process and needs several partners to work together at the same time and at different phases. Alemachen has established a strong partnership with the following institutions and will further strengthen the partnership during the project period and beyond. Some of the most important partners and their roles are summarized in the table below.

Strategy 3: Make sure the Comprehensive Care Package is provided

Limiting the impacts of disability or complete reversal needs comprehensive and holistic care to provide disabled children. The services by the project are support for complete medical and psychological examination at admission and periodically depends on the specific cases, medical support based on the findings of medical and psychological examination, full boarding services with adequate food with variety, physiotherapy, medical appointment, follow up and full attendance during admission in hospital for surgical operations, life skills training and recreation services at the center. Alemachen has medical and social workers to support each child based on their specific condition and needs.

Strategy 4: Empower Children with Basic Life Skills Based On Their Age

Life skills training is provided for children to help them develop interpersonal communication skills, identify values and personal goal setting, relationship building with families and peer group, coping with prejudice and stigmas related to disabilities and importance of participation in school and community activities. 

 Strategy 5: Reintegration to Respective Family and Follow Up

All children are reintegrated to their families after completing the full course of care and treatment. Children that need further follow up are given an appointment. The families are fully oriented on the specific care needed for the child.