The potential of opening a school where God’s Word would be the foundation of all teachings brought great joy among the Adventist believers—and this year they saw their hopes fulfilled in the construction of a Seventh-day Adventist school in the southern Ethiopian city of Hadero. The school opened with 40 students, but today more than 400 have enrolled. With such a crowd of eager learners, space is limited and school supplies are scarce. Many of the students can afford only paper and writing instruments—a far cry from the resources that children in America enjoy. Would you help us equip the Hadero School to educate the young people who have come to learn and to be trained as missionaries?
How You Can Help
New classrooms and school supplies to accommodate the new students.
The school could be well-equipped for about $5,000.
Mark your donations “Mission Focus—Ethiopia” and send to:
Mission Projects International
PO Box 151
Inchelium, WA 99138
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