Posts Tagged “ethiopia”
A new documentary called Tezeta (The Ethiopian Armenians) discusses the Armenian-Ethiopian connection.
Tradition has it that Balthasar, one of the Three Kings, was from Ethiopia, and is often depicted as a Black man even in the West.
On Wednesday 22nd July Dr Robbie Shilliam delivered a researched paper on the Ethio-Italian conflict that precipitated World War II.
At talk given by Dr. Robbie Shilliam: Reader in International Relations at Queen Mary University of
London to the Anglo-Ethiopian Society and guests at SOAS, London UK, 22nd July 2015
In the last three months we took in a number of new children, too: in the kindergarten class, where we have got space after the big children ‘moved out’
We provide day-care from Monday to Friday, including kindergarten education by qualified teachers. Our children receive four healthy meals a day and we pay for all medical costs.
We have moved house; the pictures only partially show how big the house and the garden really are.
Our project continues to grow nearly on its own accord. At this point I would like to appeal to our faithful donors and sponsors to continue their generous support for us so that we can give our children a real chance for a better life.