Thursday, April 15, 2010

Ethiopia: Progress at Self Sustaining Mini Farm for School in Slums

Today, three very nice donations were sent to Children’s Hope-Ethiopia. These funds will finalize the funding for the two garden plots and allow the Bright Hope project coordinator to purchase all the materials needed for the work teams headed to Addis Ababa in May. A total of 16 people from Harvest and Journey churches in Montana will be working on a 200 meter section of the protective wall (more than two football fields long).

Tsegay reports on the progress: The protective wall - phase 2 has started. Members of the community are now digging the foundation. The chicken hatchery is 90% complete. We still have to hang doors and complete the wiring for the ventilation system. The fencing materials for the two garden plots have been purchased, and the ground is being prepared for the planting of vegetables.

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