What We Need
- An easily understood visual aid that communicates complex information
- A high-resolution version of the Infographic in the Organization’s preferred format
Project Ethiopia recently completed a strategic development process which included creation of an Identity Statement. An identity statement answers the questions:
1) Why does your organization exist?
2) Who do you serve?
3) Where do you work?
4) What do you do?
5) What are your strengths?
6) How is the work sustained?
We are seeking a volunteer to help us represent our Identity Statement in an infographic to be shared with supporters and to place on our website.
What We Have In Place
- We currently have a completed Identity Statement, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a Visual Brand Guide, website and newsletters, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,212 , allowing us to provide a University Transition Award to 21 aspiring high school graduates moving from rural village to university.
An infographic of our Identity Statement will serve as an effective tool for board members, staff and volunteers to communicate the work and impact of Project Ethiopia with others. We are planning to use this tool for outreach and in our communications with donors and supporters.
About The Org
The mission of Project Ethiopia is to partner with rural communities to create hope and opportunity through education, healthy homes and economic resilience.
What We Do
Project Ethiopia is a volunteer organization that, with active village engagement, helps rural Ethiopian villagers access primary education, clean water, sanitation facilities, sustainable farming support and healthy housing. We work in a remote, rural area of northwest Ethiopia where other aid money often does not reach.
Project Ethiopia does not operate as a traditional non-governmental organization (NGO), but rather utilizes a model in which we work side-by-side with the community, developing camaraderie and earning the trust of our village partners. Our projects empower villagers to work cooperatively to improve the community as a whole; addressing big challenges through the energy and commitment of many hands and hearts.
Following the guidance and wisdom of our team in Ethiopia and their deep knowledge of the local community, Project Ethiopia has developed and refined a model for working at the grassroots level in small, yet powerful ways. Our projects utilize improvements that are both culturally appropriate and can be maintained by the communities with whom we partner.