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In the summer of 2007, the Adelseck Family (3 generations) paid a visit to the Mossy Foot Project in Ethiopia. Their slideshow gives a moving overview of their visit highlighting the people of Ethiopia who are afflicted with podoconiosis, those who serve them, and how the Mossy Foot Project affects the lives of all who…
This past March, Gavin Studer, visited the Mossy Foot Project as a part of his endeavor to formulate architectural plans for our new headquarters. Upon his return, Gavin compiled his journal and photographs into a beautifully illustrated account of his 8-day journey.
GOOD NEWS! The Mossy Foot Project has now been recognized by the Ethiopian government as the only NGO in Ethiopia chartered with the mission to treat and eradicate podoconiosis. This should create vast opportunities for us to build strong partnerships with individuals, churches, and other organizations to work toward this common purpose.
Clive Chilvers, a photographer from the UK, visited the Mossy Foot Project accompanied by one of our representatives in Ethiopia, Dr. Gail Davey, a researcher studying podoconiosis at the Addis Ababa University.
Gavin Studer was a member of the team who visited the Mossy Foot Project with our Officers (Jim and Sharon Daly) in March. You can read his journal and get a glimpse of the trip and the work of Mossy Foot here.