GIVE YOUR 5×1000
F.C. 94168700485 is our tax code to insert in the form
for your tax returns

GIVE YOUR 5×1000

F.C. 94168700485 is our tax code to insert in the form for your tax returns
About us

Busajo Onlus was founded in 2009 to support social projects especially focusing on younger generations and on children education and training.

The Association has not a political faction and is not religious; is independent, and has its own deontological code governing the fundraising activity. Busajo Onlus chooses aid projects with total freedom and independence of judgment.

The Association favors projects where children’s poverty is greater, the most urgent needs and actions allow a measurable progress in the self-sufficiency path of the involved populations. It Focus its interventions not on assistance projects, but on projects which tend to make the recipients autonomous and self-sufficient, especially by investing in their cultural, educational and professional growth.

The Association has not a political faction and is not religious; is independent, and has its own deontological code governing the fundraising activity. Busajo Onlus chooses aid projects with total freedom and independence of judgment.

The Association favors projects where children’s poverty is greater, the most urgent needs and actions allow a measurable progress in the self-sufficiency path of the involved populations. It Focus its interventions not on assistance projects, but on projects which tend to make the recipients autonomous and self-sufficient, especially by investing in their cultural, educational and professional growth.

Where we operate

Busajo Onlus focus its operations in Ethiopia in the Wolayta region which has about 1.5 million inhabitants. According to the human development report, Ethiopia is one of the poorest states in the world, it’s on 157th of 169 countries and the average age is 54 years. 

Our projects are developing in Soddo and in the surrounding rural areas. Soddo has about 100.000 inhabitants and it’s about 330 km from South of Addis Ababa. The population lives thanks to sheep-farming, agriculture and commerce, but in the last few years the Ethiopian government has invested in new infrastructure: roads, government offices and schools built in almost rural area. The growth of the city attracts many young people from rural areas and this is increasing school attendance. Unfortunately it has also created the phenomena of begging, street children, delinquency and child prostitution.

Our interventions are aimed precisely to street children and adolescents supporting, because we believe that education and professional training are the only way to get out of a state of indigence and extreme poverty. 

We work to ensure that, through an initial health physical, psychological, emotional and aptitude recovery path, new generations can grow and become self-sufficient and productive people throughout the country.

“Busajo” in amaric language means“The one who sees away”
Our association believes that charity meant as alms can’t solve great problems of the African continent and that it’s important to focus economic resources to the cultural and professional education of younger generations, helping to build a future with new prospects of self-sufficiency.
Why we do it?
Our main target is to support social projects focused on younger generations, education and training for children and teenagers.
We urge donations from private (people, companies, organizations) by giving maximum transparency to the funds raised and we guarantee privacy and respect for privacy at donors.
How we do it?
Thanks to the contribute of expert people and volunteers, we check working advancement with visits into the sites and we promote exclusive engagement of local staff.
Busajo Campus

The city development has greatly increased the number of street children and the phenomenon of child prostitution is getting extremely worrying.
The association is working with street children for many years, activities are being carried out in constant connection with governmental authorities and from this collaboration has created the need to respond also to the growing phenomenon of street children who are often involved in the prostitution or used as “servant”, without any right, in their families.
Busajo Campus is a project that mainly involves, boys and girls, street children, but also retains a space for retraining and professional training for boys and girls who are 15 years old and above, who are not part of the many childcare projects that ther’re in the country.
The proposal was enthusiastically welcomed by the local authorities who guaranteed our support and allocated us a land of approximately 30,000 square meters, where a center was built: Busajo Campus, where 70 boys and girls will be living.

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HOW TO SUPPORT US

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Bank transfer

These are the coordinates for issuing bank transfer:

Busajo Onlus Association
Bank Ifigest C / c 1-023584-4
Iban IT75F0318502800000010235844
Florence Branch 1
Piazza Santa Maria Soprarno, 1 – 50125 Florence (Fi)
Swift: IFIGIT31

Spontaneous donation

You can make a donation or buy our gift card and our Bookmarkers at any of our Giunti al Punto bookshops.

Giunti al Punto will transfer the 100% of your donation to the Busajo Onlus account

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Gift card Busajo

Thanks to the agreement signed with the chain of Giunti al Punto bookshops and its generosity, we have 20 and 50 Euros Busajo Gift Cards available.

Purchase the Busajo Gift Card to offer a useful gift to your friends and relatives, or as a different gift on the day of first communion, confirmation, baptism, and birthday parties.

This way you choose to give precious help to Soddo children.

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Contact
Association Busajo
Via delle Caldaie, 14 - 50125 Florence (Fi)
055264293
associazione@busajo.org
Mon - Fri 09:00 / 13:00