Illuminating the Value of Every Life
In Ethiopia, there is a great need of programs for individuals with special needs. FNMI desires to see programs available for these individuals. They are the forgotten ones in the community of extreme poverty. The need is great and with your help we will work towards developing programs to meet these needs. We also require professionals in the field of special needs who are willing to invest their time in visiting us here in Bahir Dar to help assess the needs , train staff, and develop these programs.
Our time here in Ethiopia has highlighted the importance of every life. We are all equally important, no matter how weak, no matter how poor, no matter how sick. Every life is of great importance, and each of us need to reach out to those around us no matter where you happen to be.
OK, this is a continuation from the post "Man under the tree..."
I (Tim), went to Addis Ababa to handle some business with the Charities & ... [read more]
This is a man we've been able to help out a little bit.
We don't know much about him except, he has a great smile, he ... [read more]
Yibeltal lived in the countryside, and his legs were restricted and couldn't move. Both of his legs were fully pulled up behind him. Through a ... [read more]
Cheryl & I first wanted to thank everyone for your prayer support & financial support!
God is so faithful to provide for the work ... [read more]
We met Etenesh at Grace when she was in the basket weaving program. She hasn't been in the program for many months when Cheryl ... [read more]
This man was hit by a vehicle last October. It was a large accident where others died.
Both of his legs were severely broken.
The local hospital ... [read more]
This was Yismaw when we first met him in July 2011. This is when he received a sponsor from Grace.
This is Yismaw after 1.5 years ... [read more]
Selam (Peace to you),
We wanted to take this opportunity to share some exciting news with everyone. As most of you will remember our journey to Ethiopia ... [read more]
First of All, Yismaw wants to thank everyone for your prayers & donations for his surgery!
He spent 1 week in Addis at the CURE Hospital ... [read more]
Yismaw & Buna (best friends)
Cheryl & I hope all of you know Yismaw's history with us & Forgotten No More. If you don't know, you ... [read more]