Wat’s for Dinner

This is the second post in a series (see the first one here) based on the the initial experience of Mara Klassen, a volunteer in Mossy Foot Project’s state-side office.  Wat’s for Dinner and More… No that’s not a typo! Doro wat, chicken stew, is an Ethiopian national dish and is typically what’s for dinner…

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Report from Ethiopia

Sharon Daly has been in Ethiopia for three weeks on her current visit. Her traveling companion on this trip, Vera Chosenko, is just now flying home and Sharon will be in Ethiopia for a two more weeks. Sharon is grateful for the timing of Vera’s visit.  Her skills in Quick Books and in managing computer record…

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Sharon Daly and the Sterling College Team

Sharon Daly, Mossy Foot President, is currently in Soddo, Ethiopia on an extended 6 week visit at the Mossy Foot Project headquarters. This visit gives Sharon an opportunity to work with and encourage staff, visit the remote clinics, and see first hand the progress on developing property for future headquarters. The visit will culminate with…

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Trip Reports bring Joy

Individuals and teams recently visiting Soddo have now returned home with precious memories and lasting fruit from love poured out in service to the people of Ethiopia. Krissy Ricco, Sharon Daly’s friend and former student, returned on Oct. 22. She shared one of her most powerful impressions came from seeing the transformative power of the…

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Self Help Report from Nancy Bulcha in Ethiopia

Over the next few weeks, one of our supporters, Nancy Bulcha, will be visiting our clinic sites in Ethiopia.  Nancy has served for over 20-years in medical missions in Ethiopia as a registered nurse and brings much experience to our cause in Ethiopia.  Here is the first of her reports. “These women came to their…

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A Photographic Journey to Ethiopia’s Mossy Foot Project

A few months ago, our long time supporter Keith Pytlinski published photos of his trip to Ethiopia to see the work of the Mossy Foot Project. Keith’s words describing his adventure are moving and challenging and his artistic skills both as a photographer and editor are considerable. Read about Keith’s experience with the people of…

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