Personal accounts from drought-stricken Africa

One of thousands of bags of Canadian wheat along with beans, oil and Famix at the Gobu distribution centre, Ethiopia. (Photo: Tom Brook)

Canadian Lutheran World Relief Executive Director Robert Granke and Community Relations Director Tom Brook are concluding a visit to Ethiopia where they have witnessed the benefit support from Lutherans in Canada is having on Ethiopians affected by drought, specifically the food distribution and work-for-food projects CLWR leads in the Goro region.

During their time inAfrica, the two men have posted photos, firsthand impressions, and videos.

BLOG POSTS:

Sometimes Impressions Can Be Misleading,

Not As Different As You Think,

I Can Keep My Children,

“You Are Wrong to Think that Way”,

There’s No Doubt – You are Making a Difference!,

There’s a War No One Knows About

VIDEO: Reflections from Robert Granke and Tom Brook; a welcome from Abichu Gna village

PHOTOS of Goro, Abichu Gna, Sherkole refugee camp

 

 

Posted By: Matthew Block
Posted On: October 18, 2011
Posted In: Headline, International News,

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