Our mission is to work alongside rural communities in all directions of the Dangla woreda and the work has steadily expanded further into the woreda each year. When Project Ethiopia started, the initial idea was to work in a single village at a time until all project work was completed. Similarly, the early thinking was to build a single primary school up to grade 8 and then move to the next community. When first starting Project Ethiopia, the initial idea was to work in a single village until it was “done ”. Similarly, the early thinking was to build a single primary school up to grade 8 and then move on to the next one.
However, the team in Ethiopia emphasized the importance of giving every village hope by working in several villages at once instead of one at a time. Working in many areas each year reassures those we have not yet reached that their time will come.
In a single year, there may be the formation of a new Farmers’ Association in one community, solar lanterns in another, and metal roofing for homes in two more communities – a growing circle of improvements inspiring hope and anticipation.
MISSION IN ACTION:
A Circle of Hope for Primary School Children
School projects typically begin with building or improving classrooms for grades 1 to 8. Construction is staged so we impact a wide area at once and build a pathway to 8th grade for an ever-broadening circle of villages. Each year, the circle grows to include more and more children gaining access to grades 1 to 8 and spreading hope for thousands of children and families.
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