Our Projects

Health & Clinic Service

Selam Clinic was established in 1988 with the aim of providing health care services to children and youth under the support of SCV, and the surrounding community free of payment and with minimum cost sharing rate. Currently, the clinic provides different health services, which include Health Education, an Outpatient Department (OPD), Focused antenatal care (FANC)...

Women Economic Empowerment

Women economic empowerment program started in 2016. Disadvantaged women will be selected and received a basic business skills to help them engage in income-generating businesses and enable them to be self-supportive families....

Hygiene Kit Support for Girls

A hygiene kit (sanitary pads, soaps and hair pomade) scheme is organized to create a chance for destitute girls to to attend with their full mind in a class as well as gain self-confidence with less anxiety regarding the basic necessities of a student...

Destitute Elderly Women Support

The Elderly Women Support was designed in 2010 with a view to providing services that could help elderly who live either as widows, or are chronically ill, and those who are HIV positive...

Educational Support

The Educational Support was designed to protect children from dropping out of school. It also helps minimize absenteeism and reduce the economic burden of the family. The program also contributes to the improvement of children’s academic performance through the provision of different support. For the past years, the Educational Support program has...

School Feeding

There are more than 3000 students and trainees enrolled in Selam Educational institutions (KG-Technical and Vocational College). The lunch service is provided for more than 300 students who can afford to have one meal per day due to the economic condition of their families. The aim of this support is to minimize irregular school attendance […]

Youth Support

Youth support is one of the four departments of Children Youth & Community Support Project, meant to prepare the youth to adjust to the context of living independently. In view of meeting the objectives set to ensure their smooth reintegration with the community, these young people are provided with proper...

Day Care

SCV has established a day care center with the aim of providing service for children (aged 2-4 years old) coming from economically poor women headed families. The mothers of these children are very poor women who are fully engaged in the informal economy including petty trade, daily labor, and house maid etc to get...

Family Model Village Child Care

When Selam Children’s Village was started, institutional care was among the five alternative child care activities that have been implemented for about twenty-six years. Those who lost their parents due to different reasons and those who could not get close relatives to take care of these children have got a home to grow up in....