Thank you to all who donated! Your end-of-year donations have allowed for the continuation of construction at Kondie Farm School
Construction is nearly complete on the Newton Orphanage in the Amputee Camp. Here are some recent pictures of finishing construction, including final plastering, along with a view of the supply room and pictures of two of the students who will be living at the Orphanage.
In early October BethanyKids is beginning work at a hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and Touch the Nations will be supporting this very important work. Ethiopia has 85 million people, yet fewer than a handful of pediatric surgeons. The children need us! Clinical Director, Dr. Dan Poenaru, will accompany Dr. Frehun Ayele, Bethany’s most recent […]
The plastering at the Newton Orphanage is continuing – each day brings us closer to completion!
As we expand our support to the people of Ethiopia, we wanted to share a collection of images from the area outside of Addis Ababa. We hope that these pictures give you a sense of the beautiful people of this nation. Many thanks to Christina Watson Anderson for generously allowing us to share her pictures.
Here is a recent picture of the completed water well in Kono.
Thank you to all who make it possible for these children to go to school in Sierra Leone
We are excited to report that the roof is complete on the Newton orphanage!
Several middle school students have written letters about Katja Starkey and Touch the Nations. Here is the text of one; we have attached several others: “What makes a hero? Courage? Bravery? I say spirit. For it is the selfless ones who think of others before themselves. The heroes that have fine qualities like loyalty, fairness, […]
The construction of the Newton Orphanage is progressing well. Here are some new pictures of the work in progress: