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Head Office

Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Yeka Sub City, Abuware, Kebele 10, House Number 322 POBox 9562

 

Telephones:+251 115 534 722, +251 115 524 294, +251 115 523 548 Fax: +251 115 534 469 Email: fsce@ethionet.et

FSCE Area Program Offices

Addis Ababa APO                       Adama APO                          Bahir dar APO                             Dessie APO                                   Dire dawa APO

Tel. +251 115 534 432                Tel. +251 221 114 654           Tel. +251 582 200 375                 Tel. +251 338 110 501                   Tel. +251 251 119 696

info@fsc-e.org                            fscenaz1@ethionet.et            fscebdar@ethionet.et                  fscedes@ethionet.et                    fscedire@ethionet.et                      

Executive Director
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FSCE APOs

Adama

Adama

Adama APO is implementing various projects around Adama town Preventive and support for sexually abused and exploited children: the program focuses on preventive and support programs for sexually abused and exploited children in order to facilitate the...
Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa is the capital city of Ethiopia. The city is divided into 10 sub cities and 99 ‘woredas’ (‘Kebeles’). Currently, more than 4.5 million people resides and it is a big and sprawling city.  It is where the African Union and its predecessor...
Bahir Dar

Bahir Dar

Bahirdar is well known for its fabulous ecological attraction/natural beauty and strategic importance, which has made qualified to be a seat for the region’s government and the capital city of the Amhara regional state. Currently, it is one of the...
Dessie

Dessie

Dessie is one of the antiques cities in the country which is over 100 years old. Geographically, the town is located 400 km. away from Addis Ababa along the road to Mekele. It is surrounded by a chain of mountains which is claimed to be the main...
Dire Dawa

Dire Dawa

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