EACA worked to get HR2003 to the House floor:
EACA produced a series of sample letters that can be freely used as is, adapted, or modified as needed by individuals and groups to contact the US congress and ask for their support on HR 2003.
EACA demands donor accountability:
EACA communicated with donor agencies and urged them to stop irresponsible forms of aid to the regime in Ethiopia at a time when poor governance and war can compromise the effectiveness of this aid.
Press releases and miscellaneous publications:
EACA has produced miscellaneous articles that cover a range of topics related to Ethiopian Unity, War, Human Rights and Social justice.
EACA members trained in the medical field volunteer to provide quality health services for people with HIV who are living in the DC metropolitan area. Currently, many Ethiopians and Ethiopian Americans already benefit from EACA members’ commitment to health advocacy programs and their free clinical services.
EACA members conduct educational sessions to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS in the US and provide assistance to non-profit organizations and advocacy programs in Ethiopia that are actively engaged in empowering people to achieve a healthy life.
EACA works to help Ethiopians facing immigration problems. We also work with various government agencies to help new residents assimilate quickly into the United States.
EACA asks you to sign a Petition to Senator Feingold:
EACA calls upon you to demand the immediate halt to the atrocious and gross human rights abuses taking place against civilians in Eastern Ethiopia by the government. A senate hearing would initiate policy action on this crisis, and bring much needed attention to Ethiopians’ suffering under government abuses. Please ask Senator Feingold to call for a hearing.
EACA asks you to sign a Petition that supports H.R.2003:
Just Foreign Policy asks you to join & harness this victory to build momentum to end other human rights violations in Ethiopia, including possibly provoking a famine in a rebellious area bordering Somalia, banning private media, and detaining other political prisoners.