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Title: The Contribution and Impact of Sele Enat Charitable Organization in Fulfilling the Needs of Destitute Children and Their Families
???metadata.dc.contributor.*???: Adamnesh Atnafu (PhD)
Tigist, Bazezew
Keywords: Child care,Social impact,Economic impact
Issue Date: Jun-2017
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: This research has dealt with the contribution and impact of Sele Enat Charitable Organization in fulfilling the needs of destitute children and their families with a general objective to assess the services of the organization to measure their contribution and impacts. The study has specific objectives of identifying the services provided by the organization, assessing the economic and social impacts of the service and identifying the strengths and gaps of the organization. This research is a qualitative study. The study followed descriptive phenomenological approach. Using purposive sampling of 8 client mothers, 2 staff members of the organization, and 2 graduate children who were part of the child sponsorship program with total number of 12 participants have participated in the study. The data has been collected via observation and in-depth interview that has been developed referring to different literatures and objectives of the research. Thus, the findings of the study were analyzed using qualitative data analysis methods. The process of data collection and data analysis were conducted concurrently. In general, the findings of the research indicated that Sele Enat Charity Organization’s child sponsorship program has been delivering several services and brought significant economic and social impacts on the lives of destitute children and their families via providing monthly stipend for basic needs, clothing, educational support, health care service and women empowerment programs.
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