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Mission & Objectives

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Ethiopian Heritage Foundation (EHF) is to empower the Ethiopian American community through education, advocacy, service and the development of community-based resources; to build a new social, economic and political Ethiopian community in North America; and to promote the culture and history of Ethiopia.

VISION STATEMENT

EHF is a dynamic organization working to address comprehensive issues that affects Ethiopians every where. EHF emphasizes the development of strategies to respond to the problems of individuals and communities. EHF works in partnership with individuals, groups and institutions, applying flexible and programmatic solutions by empowering individuals and communities.

OUR VALUES

Excellence in working to the highest standards of ethics and operational performance.
Integrity in what we do and how we work.
Responsiveness to the needs of individuals, families and communities.
Respect for cultural and social diversity.
Dedication to the pursuit of EHF's goals through the accumulated wisdom and experience of a committed board, staff and affiliates.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

EHF is guided by the following principles:

  1. Creativity, economic success, and the development, preservation, and promotion of Ethiopia’s assets;
  2. Partnerships and collaborations that leverage, extend, and connect institutional and community efforts;
  3. Strategic and objective decision making, guided by an understanding of the public benefit, and supported by research, and community leadership;
  4. Accessible, flexible, culturally diverse, innovative, educational, and responsive programs and services;
  5. Rigorous, ongoing examination of programs, methods, content, and results to measure organizational effectiveness, improve programs and services, and maximize return on investment; and
  6. Fairness, equality, and accountability.

Mission Statement

The mission of EHF is to empower the Ethiopian American community through education, advocacy, service and the development of community-based resources; to build a new social, economic and political community in North America; and to promote the culture and history of Ethiopia.

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