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Welcome at Roseland

Thank you for visiting our site and for your interest in Roseland!

Several years ago (in 2010) two ladies, two friends, an Ethiopian (Tirsit Mulugeta Wako) and a Dutch (Danielle Overbeek Kramer), conceived the idea of working totally non-profit for the betterment of life of the most vulnerable children and their families in Ethiopia. So they started the Rose Land Child and Family Development organization in Ethiopia and Stichting Roseland in the Netherlands with both the same mission and vision working fully together for the same purpose. 

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Foundation Information

Rose Land Child and Family Development organization was established officially in Ethiopia in the year 2010, and registered according to the Ethiopian CSO law in 2011, bearing a registration number 2384. Executive Director of the Ethiopian part of the Roseland Foundation is Mrs. Tirsit Mulugeta Wako (Addis Ababa - Ethiopia). She is supported by several voluntary board members all with experience in the non-profit sector. 

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Mission and Vision

Roseland community based child support organization is committed to bring real change in children and their family life by reducing their daily struggle by encouraging their potential and provide holistic support with opportunity to lead healthy family, education, prepared to succeed a fruitful generation.

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Goals

We create education opportunity for needy children in Holeta town. Most families cannot afford school materials and basic needs, because of this a lot of children spend their time in the village without education and in unsafe conditions.

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