This remote village is sprawled over the desolate peaks of the Tigray region. Camels, donkeys and cattle wander throughout. Villagers here once spent days searching for water, and children who attended school did so in stick huts. But, with the help of our donors, that has all changed.
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I’m working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!Did you know that in Ethiopia, women and children are living in extreme poverty? They need the most basic things — like...
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I’m working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!Did you know that in Ethiopia, women and children are living in extreme poverty? They need the most basic things — like...
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The Wills Mixon foundation is working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!Did you know that in Ethiopia, women and children are living in extreme poverty? They need...
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I’m working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!On June 11, 2012 we brought our newly adopted son Connor Equba McDade home from Ethiopia. While we were there we fell...
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I’m working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!Did you know that in Ethiopia, women and children are living in extreme poverty? They need the most basic things — like...
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I’m working with A Glimmer of Hope to transform lives in Ethiopia. You can help!I was born and raised in Ethiopia, it is always in my mind to give back to the country I came from. Would you please...
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When you live in the United States, you never worry about people not having water, going to school, and being poor. But when you're moving different places or in a military family, you learn new...
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Hi! I am "giving up" my 8th Birthday gifts to raise money for children's school needs in Ethiopia!I learned about the children in Ethiopia last year at my school. We saw pictures of classrooms with...