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.


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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