Touch the Nations: Ethiopia Surgery changed the life of this young boy named Shoayb. His mother traveled 975 km from Somalia in hopes of getting help. Photo 1 before 3rd surgery. Photo 2 after 3rd surgery. Full story below. “Patient Shoayb is a cute boy who is outgoing and playful. He loves to ride bikes […]
Due to delayed local adoptions in Ethiopia, 10 children, 7 under 1 year old, were recently brought to Joseph House orphanage. As you can imagine the home is now in need of a quick boost in funds to provide the additional supplies and nannies these children require. Abebe, the leader of the home, says that […]
We have gotten marvelous photos from the Christmas party in Ethiopia. Thanks to all who made this happen! (Technology delayed us from sharing these sooner.)
ETHIOPIA: Celebrating Successful Surgery Supported by Touch the Nations: Yunusa, age 3. His father, a school teacher, said, “When I come from Gambia, His mom and myself really didn’t think that he will get back alive because he was very sick. The whole family was crying a lot when we said good bye.” Yunusa was […]
Ethiopia STAR OF THE MONTH:Natnael is 10 years old. He is active and likes to play football with his brothers. He is friendly and a good listener. The respect he has for others is one of his best qualities. In his school life, he is ambitious, strongly works to succeed, he does his homework and […]
From Black Friday to #GivingTuesday, let generosity abound! Expand your Christmas list to include children and youth whom nobody else is out shopping for. BE the change you want to see in the world.
Are you part of a group who is looking to impact those in need as the holidays approach? Consider adopting one of 4 children’s homes in Africa whom Touch the Nations supports. Funds which we send will purchase a new set of clothes including shoes and underwear for each child, as well as allowing them […]
In conjunction with Global Giving, Touch the Nations provided one-time support to 4 orphanages in Ethiopia. Special thanks to Mekete Faris for managing this project.
Surgeons in Ethiopia removed a huge tumor from a young boy. The boys father wished to express his thanks: I was waiting my son’s death with deep sorrow, but now he is as healthy as he was before. I would like to thank all who participated to change my child’s life for the better.
Kelsey Musgjerd decided that she wanted to focus on GIVING rather than RECEIVING. On her 16th birthday, instead of gifts for herself, she asked for donations for the children in Ethiopia. Thank you, Kelsey!