Monday, July 11, 2011

The Harvests at Ethiopia's Bright Hope

A farm hand harvesting cabbage from a Bright Hope School garden 
The summer harvest of Ethiopian cabbage is underway at the Bright Hope School Garden. The cabbage is topped at the end of the tough green stocks that grew up from the cultivated ground.
Project coordinator surrounded by
the day's egg production.

Tefera Tadesse, Children's Hope Bright Hope School Project Coordinator, reports that egg production continues at a high pace from the 300 laying hens. While foundation work continues on the last stretch of the eight feet high protective wall that will totally surround the 13 acre Bright Hope School property. The self-sustaining gardens, the chicken houses as well as the 2100 students will be secure within the new wall.

Y
ou can help us finalize this Ethiopia sustainable nutrition project at the elementary school for children who have lost one or both parents to AIDS or leprosy.

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