Ethiopian Community Association of Greater Boston

Ethiopian Community Association of Greater Boston ECAGB is a non-profit organization established to provide support services to Ethiopian immigrants in the greater Boston area.


A) To support Ethiopian immigrants in the greater Boston Area so that they become a self-sufficient citizens

B) Preserve and promote Ethiopian culture and traditions among Ethiopian families and youth in the Greater Boston Area It was established with the understanding that members of our community are craving for a place where Ethiopians can gather, address social concerns, and/or seek

help if they are in need of one. The community association is building its capacity to assist members of its community with information regarding public housing, employment opportunities, Amharic lessons, and adult education opportunities. ECAGB understands that during emergencies or accidents that result in the death of a community member, a more organized community can either have ready funds to deal with the emergency or have the organizational means to respond in a timely manner. In addition, ECAGB promotes social and cultural awareness as well as active citizenship by organizing social gatherings and community celebrations to bring together Ethiopians living in Boston and the surround cities.


Introductory Public Meeting with Founders of ECAGB.


Ethiopian Community Association of Greater Boston's cover photo


Boston, MA

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm


(617) 390-7578


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"ASMARINA" Film screening in Medford MA.FREE ATTENDANCE!
Hosted by Tufts Film and Media Studies
Thursday, November 4
6:30 pm
Barnum 08
Dana Laboratory, Packard Ave, Medford, MA 02155
Come and enjoy "Asmarina" a film about the Eritrean-Ethiopian Diaspora!
We would like to introduce the Simien Mountains Mobile Medical Service to the Ethiopian Community in Boston and tell you about our activities to improve access to medical and healthcare for nearly one million people living in remote communities in and around the Simien Mountains.
We started in October 2011 with a mud hut clinic and one nurse, yed our first mobile community outreach nurse, built a new clinic in 2012 and then over the years expanded into the six woredas that comprise the Simien Mountains under a series of project agreements with the North Gonder Zone.
We are now registered in Ethiopia, the UK, USA and signed a new 4-year project agreement with the Federal Ministry of Health to continue our work through 2022. We have a 34 project staff, all Ethiopians, of whom 22 are medical professionals, including 14 BSc Midwives that we trained, serving 13 health clusters across the Zone and some 350,000 people living in the most remote and underserved communities.
We operate a free clinic, deploy mobile medical teams to remote communities and provide professional, BSc level, midwifery services at seven local government health centres, as well as emergency evacuation from the mountains by mules with special saddles.
We are looking for members of the Ethiopian Community who might like to help raise funds to sustain the project. Please, share this with your friends.
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