• During the past twenty years of development intervention experience, HIDO in collaboration and partnership with various development actors implemented projects of various natures ranging from small to very large, achieved remarkable results, and positively changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of people.

  • In recognition of its outstanding achievements, good track records, and its reputation in participatory project/program implementation, HIDO received several national and international recognitions and awards among which the following are worth mentioning:

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Local Capacity Development (LCD)
USAID/Ethiopia Local Capacity Development(LCD) Project
2009
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Exemplary grass-root work against HIV/AIDS (African Prize for Leadership)
Hunger Project a New York-based International NGO (New York, USA)
2001
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Excellent Home Based Care Service
Center for International Learning (USA)
2003
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Excellent community–based works of the organization especially the engagement of Iddirs in its interventions
Family Health International (USA)
2004
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World of Children Health Award (Nobel Prize for Children)
The World Of Children, a USA based philanthropic Organization (USA)
2008
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Making significant difference in changing the lives of disadvantaged people including children in Ethiopia.
Society of Ethiopians Established in Diaspora (SEED) (USA)
2009
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Excellent performance in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention
Pre-Vent, a U.S. based philanthropic organization (USA)
2010
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Excellent performance in the area of HIV/AIDS prevention and care, treatment, and support service provision
Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Associations (CCRDA), Addis Ababa
2013
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Bego Sew Award
Bego Sew 
2019
ACHIEVEMENTS GAINED DUE TO OUR INTERVENTIONS 
  • Increased number of orphans and other Orphans and Highly Vulnerable Children (OVC) accessing basic services (e.g. education, health care, nutrition etc…)

  • Improvement in the quality of life of PLHIV, OVC and OVC guardians,

  • Reduced incidence of HIV infections among target groups

  • Very good ART adherence of PLHIV

  • Enhancement of community participation in development programs

  • Attitudinal change towards Voluntarism

  • Capacity of services providers and service users enhanced for better social service provisions

  • Improvement in economic capacity of target groups (mainly youth and women) through profitable income generating ventures 

  • Organizational maturity for program implementation and management