Diakonia Evangelistic organisation in Ethiopia.
Last Update | June 23, 17
- Diakonia Evangelistic organisation in Ethiopia.
Diakonia is the Evangelistic organisation of Ethiopian’s Protestant Churches. Our mission is to practise making disciples through Biblical teaching, evangelizing others in mission and helping needy people in the model of Jesus Christ. We operate independently and across Evangelical Fellowship.
We respect the dignity and uniqueness of every human being, and work to promote every individual’s right to independence and self-determination. Diakonia provides aid to people in need of care, to people with disabilities or illness, to children and families, to immigrants and their families, to those struggling with addiction, and to those otherwise disadvantaged. In addition, Diakonia advocates on behalf of the underprivileged in politics and society, leading discussions on the causes of poverty and social injustice.
As the social welfare organisation of Ethiopian’s Protestant churches, Diakonia is the place where our employees and volunteers stand up for those in need
All of Diakonia work is based in the Biblical conviction. We strive to fashion ourselves after God’s unconditional love as embodied by Jesus Christ. Diakonia addresses the wants and needs of others based on the Christian view of mankind. This view includes the belief that every human being is vulnerable, and needs love and forgiveness. Some are in greater need of help than others. Diakonia carries out its mission by offering a wide range of support, including practical aid, legal representation and business ventures. Where Diakonia Works
1.1 What We Offer Diakonia for adults
Social services, education, continuing education, vocational training, housing, counselling, addiction prevention, self-help, volunteer work, federal volunteer service, community service, spiritual guidance, ecumenism (interfaith cooperation), theology, volunteer organising, information, our mission statement, history, statistics
1.2 Diakonia for senior citizens
Housing communities, outpatient assisted living centres, care at home, local services, daily care, short-term care, and care in nursing homes, services for people with dementia, counselling, assistance, recreational centres, support for care-giving family members
1.3 Diakonia for women and families
Marriage counselling, women’s shelters, pregnancy consultation, adoption services, maternity centres, post-natal recovery, support for single parents, facilities for mother and child, community support, family counselling and support, parenting courses, life counselling.
1.4 Diakonia for young people
Support and social work, day care centres, schools, youth centres, career counselling, volunteer community service year.
1.5 Diakonia for people in (urgent) need
Aid for the poor, aid for the homeless, railway shelters, counselling for sex workers and victims of human trafficking, counselling for ex-convicts, debt counselling, career counselling and training, support hotlines, counselling via correspondence
1.6 Diakonia for people with disabilities
Consultation, early childhood support, pre-schools, schools, employment, integration into the workplace, assistance, support services, assisted living, counselling
1.7 Diakonia for people with psychiatric disorders/mental illness
Consultation, therapy, counselling centres, psychiatric clinics, medical and occupational rehab, social and psychiatric services, day clinics, day care centres, assisted living centres, outpatient assisted living, transitional facilities, homes, home care / nursing, integration services
1.8 Diakonia for people struggling with addiction
Self-help groups, counselling centres and specialised clinics, therapy, inpatient rehab, detox centres, outpatient follow-up care, and recovery homes
1.9 Diakonia for people between countries and cultures
Information and consultation for immigrants, specialised services for asylum seekers and refugees, immigration services for young people, information on emigration Structure