Trees of Glory CarePoint
Located 40 miles south of Addis Ababa, in Wuchale Woreda, Ethiopia, Trees of Glory is on approximately 27 acres and has 13 buildings.
The property was previously used by a Japanese construction company several years ago, and was being held for an Indian concrete company. Semeret Mengesha, a former government employee, appealed to the local government, who gave her the property to use as a drop-in center/school. Government officials decided to give the property to Semeret, because she was willing to utilize it for the betterment of the children living in the community of Duber. Semeret has a large vision for the property.
Many of the children here have lost both of their parents. A majority of people living in this area are on subsistence income and live below the poverty line, having nothing on which to survive. They cannot afford the basic elements for life including accessing basic social services like health, education, and housing.
With the partnership of the Karen Winstrom Connect Community, the children at Trees of Glory CarePoint have the opportunity to grow physically, spiritually, and emotionally while the Karen Winstrom Connect Community also experiences positive transformation!
The HopeChest Team Supporting Trees of Glory
Milkias (Mickey) Taye Gutema
Community Partnership Manager
HopeChest Partnership Leader
Empower a Child at Trees of Glory
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Your sponsorship is the starting point of a journey that equips vulnerable children, their families, and their communities to create sustainable transformation. When you sponsor a child with HopeChest, you are not just supporting one child — you are helping transform entire communities.
Story of Impact from Ethiopia
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The 2019 Nobel Peace Prize has been awarded to Dr. Abiy Ahmed Ali, the Ethiopian Prime Minister. Mr. Abiy was born in Ethiopia in 1976 to a Muslim father and Christian mother. He has several degrees, including a doctorate degree in peace and security issues and a master’s degree in transformational leadership. As a teenager, …
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