Posts Tagged ‘Ethiopia’ (8)

Chapter 1: HOPE Photos & Videos

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Auntie Claire – Culion, Philippines

The Honorable Zenaye Tadesse – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Dr. Simon Pierce – Tofo, Mozambique

Can’t see the video? Click on this link: Erin’s Surf Lesson

Can’t see the video? Click on this link: Dr. Pierce

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Grass-eating Baboon, Simian Mountains, Ethiopia

Saturday, March 9th, 2013

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imagine1day

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

Thanks to all of you writing in with suggestions on organizations to volunteer with and support!

I love learning about new approaches to solving some of our social issues and am always grateful for an introduction to local NGOs. So …

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Road Kill *Video*

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Bus Snapshot

It’s dangerous to travel the roads around Africa – and don’t I know it!

It’s not unusual to see car and bus crashes all along the highway due to a deadly combination of overcrowding, speeding, bad roads, and bad driving.…

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Africa’s Curse: HIV/ AIDS

Monday, September 12th, 2011

ET Waving Child

Last month I was in Ethiopia and South Africa, and this month I’m visiting Botswana and Zambia—4 of the 5 countries hardest hit by the global HIV / AIDS epidemic.

Here’s just a few of these countries’ startling statistics:

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MESSAGE Ethiopia *Videos*

Saturday, September 10th, 2011

Woman Walking

Ethiopia is a country that marches to the beat of its own drummer – or at least its own clock! For instance, Ethiopia runs on “Ethiopian time”—a variance of 6 hours from the rest of the world’s “International time.”

Dates …

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Ethiopian Tikul Huts – LivingMini®

Wednesday, August 31st, 2011

ET Countryside Hut

Tikul huts are the traditional houses found in northern Ethiopian. Still in use today, the huts are usually 2 stories, made of stone with thatched roofing. The bottom floor is used for storage and cooking, and the top floor for …

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Play Date in Ethiopia – Giving U™

Monday, August 29th, 2011

Erin & Friends 1

Ethiopia’s children are wonderful — Full of smiles and energy and laughter!

During my 3 weeks in Ethiopia, I was lucky enough to spend some time with several groups of children: at an orphanage, at a childcare center for children …

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