one of the intervention areas that makes safe home service available for female children who have been victims and vulnerable to sexual and other abuses and exploitations. Under this program, OPRIFS has been admitting and providing integrated support like food, shelter, clothes , education, healthcare, counseling, vocational training, family tracing, reunification, and post-reunification follow-up.
OPRIFS facilitated education for school-age children who have not begun school. Those who dropped out and those who are likely to drop out through Formal and Alternative basic education providing Scholastic materials ( For Regular and Alternative basic education students) , Sanitation materials , Training (life skill, health education,& Reproductive , Guidance and counseling), Awards , Event celebration(Africa & World Child Day) and School capacity building
The objective of this program is to improve the lives of poor women through self help group (SHG), cluster level association (CLA) and saving and credit cooperative Association. So OPRIFS provides material and technical support.
This strategy is intended to increase community participation in the process of promoting community based child care and protection initiatives.
OPRIFS design a particular project in 2015 in order to contribute its share to the prevention of unsafe migration in Addis Ketema sub-city in three woredas namely 6,8,9. Vulnerable girls especially those who are employed as domestic workers in different households, young women, and migrant returnees were the targeted groups. Improve knowledge and practice of migration amongst women and girls likely to migrate. Increased economic security through the provision of vocational training and income-generating support