health and hope

Ethiopia ACT provides healthcare and shares God’s word to individuals, families and communities in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. We believe that if you save the family, you save the community.

Impacting Lives

creating change

We exist to help those who suffer from diseases such as HIV/AIDS, cervical cancer and tuberculosis. We long to see people experience God’s mercy and to see gospel–centered churches planted that serve people in need.

We are an innovative, community healthcare organization committed to breaking the chain of generational poverty by serving the most vulnerable in communities of Addis Ababa.

What makes

Ethiopia ACT unique?

The Least of These:

ACT is committed to caring for the very sickest and poorest people in the communities we serve. These are the people overlooked by everyone else because they are usually invisible and difficult to find. They are often confined to bed without family to care for them or any resources to fall back on. These are the people that others drive past, step over, or never even see.

Real, Measurable Impact:

We don't assume that our strategies are making a difference. We collect data so that we are able to measure and track and adjust so that the transformation we desire is real and provable. We use real metrics like mortality and morbidity, household income, and school performance.We are committed to high-impact interventions and  are committed to constantly evaluating and improving our work.

Made in God's image:

The support and care we provide is determined by the individual's needs and is never a one-size-fits-all approach. We see people as having infinite value, and that means doing our best with the available resources to meet their needs. The close relationship we build with each person makes it possible for us to tailor our activities to their needs and ensure there is real impact and change.

your support

can help people like Abaynesh

"ACT renovated my home to prevent the suffering we went through during rainy season. Now my home stays warm and dry to keep my family healthy."