This bustling north-central Ethiopian town has one main street, a muddy river and many modest houses with crooked little doorways angled sociably toward each other. Now, the people of Robit have clean water, a new health center where babies are delivered and an opportunity for every child to go to school.
Residents in Burbax spend long days farming the land to produce food for their families. Despite daily hardships, the people of Burbax are hopeful and incredibly welcoming, and village residents are nationally famous for their musical talents.
This rugged but bright farming community is home to more than 5,500 residents. The people of Girargie spend their days herding animals and tending rocky fields to grow vegetables such as peppers, cabbage and onions.
The Villages of Gondar are made up of 10 farming communities nestled near the shores of Lake Tana, Ethiopia’s largest lake and the source of the Blue Nile.