Due to many years of high quality rehabilitation and care Cheshire Services Ethiopia has built strong relations with many internationally recognised charities and organisations who continue to support operations in Ethiopia by donating time, skills, materials and funds. Please take a moment to view our affiliates web sites.

Leonard Cheshire International

Leonard Cheshire Disability works with over 250 independently managed disability organisations in 54 countries. The organisation has supported Cheshire Services Ethiopia since its foundation in 1962.

Leonard Cheshire International


International Committee of the Red Cross

The International Committee of the Red Cross is a private humanitarian institution founded in 1863 in Geneva, Switzerland. Its 25-member committee has a unique authority under international humanitarian law to protect the life and dignity of the victims of international and internal armed conflicts. The ICRC supports the service by donating skills, materials, time and funds.

International Committee of the Red Cross


Ethiopiaid

Ethiopiaid aims to create lasting and positive change in Ethiopia by tackling the problems of poverty, ill health and poor education by donating directly to local community projects in Ethiopia.

Ethiopiaid


Facing Africa

Facing africa provides funds for teams of voluntary surgeons from the UK, Germany and Holland to travel to Nigeria and Ethiopia to perform facial reconstruction surgery on the victims of the disease noma. The charity also provides funds for the purchase of relevant hospital equipment in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) and Sokoto (Nigeria). Cheshire Services has recently become involved with Facing Africa to help rehabilitate children who have been victims of noma.

Facing Africa


Lillian Foundation ( LF)

The Lillian Foundation ( LF) is a Dutch disability-focused organization established in 1980 to urgently address the exclusion and lack of access to services for children with disabilities, who are living in poverty in low income countries. It is an organization fully committed to championing the fulfillment of disabled children's rights, at small and large scales in cooperation with allies

liliane fonds


CBM - Christoffel Blindenmission

CBM is an international Christian development organisation committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world. CBM supports the provision of more than 900 projects in more than 90 countries reaching out to over 20 million people worldwide. CBM aims to provide services within communities and supports Cheshire Services' Community-Based Rehabilitation programs leaving communities with a legacy of skills.

CBM - Christoffel Blindenmission


Christian Relief and Development Association

Christian Relief and Development Association (CRDA) is an association of organizations involved in relief and rehabilitation. The association aims to transform the views of society to bring equality for all.

Christian Relief and Development Association


Jesus College Cambridge University, United Kingdom

Jesus College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. The college was founded in 1496 on the site of a Benedictine nunnery by John Alcock and has been devoted to learning and education ever since. In recent years the college has formed a partnership with Cheshire Services' Menagesha Rehabilitation Centre where every summer students visit for several weeks donating time and skills.

Jesus College, Cambridge University


Vaughan Eveleigh

Following a visit to Cheshire Services' Menagesha Home Vaughan has become involved in the internet presence of the organisation by developing and maintaining the web site. Please contact Vaughan through his web site with any issues or comments you may have.

Vaughan Eveleigh