Will you help us build a new boy’s dorm?
In 2008 the original dorm was built. Because of the wet and unstable ground, the first cracks began to appear as early as 2010. Since then, they have continued to grow to a point where the dorm is becoming unsafe and unhealthy. It is time to replace it.
Tomorrow Come Foundation Medical Teams
A few years ago, Billings Neurologist Dr. Arturo Echeverri, met and partnered with Dr. Adam Beckett of Global First Responders. Knowing there were only about 16 neurologists for 95 million people, Dr, Echeverri realized how valuable additional education was to the growth of the medical profession in Ethiopia. He reached out to Dr. Beckett, and together they encouraged teams of physicians, nurses, cardiologists, neurologists and other medical professionals from all over the world to come and teach health education to the medical personnel in Ethiopia.
Arturo initially came to Ethiopia to see the orphans he and his wife sponsored at New Hope. Thinking he would just say hello and goodbye and we’ll send you money, Arturo fell in love with the children and had to get involved. This is his story.
The Vulnerable Children of Guder, Ethiopia
In Ethiopia, the breadwinners in the families are the mothers and fathers. When these people are gone due to disease or death, the children are left vulnerable to hunger, disease, illiteracy and homelessness. In trying to survive, these children become vulnerable to exploitation, attack, starvation and death. New Hope Center For Children and Handicapped and Tomorrow Come Foundation help these children with food, clothing, medication, education and love. Here there are orphans, disabled children, HIV positive kids and children from destitute families in the community of Guder. Here they have a hope and a future.
Nahunda says “I love this school. They teach me everything I want to learn about.” Nahunda, a 6th grade student who walks 30 minutes to the New Hope Center School. Tomorrow Come is working to provide school buildings and supplies for New Hope Center School so that children like Nahunda can rise up out of poverty, hunger and disease.
Meet students from New Hope Center School and their hopes, wishes and dreams for their future. Through education, they will have immense possibilities.
Meet Zelalem, a 15 year old student from the New Hope Center School. Zelalem’s parents died of aids and he and his sister have been part of the New Hope school for 6 years.
A Day In the Life at New Hope Center Guder, Ethiopia
See what live is like at the New Hope Center school for its students.
Global First Responder/Tomorrow Come – Ethiopia
See this collection of photos from the travels and efforts of the Tomorrow Come Foundation in Ethiopia.
A New Hope
Check out this video compilation for a glimpse into the New Hope Center School and what live is like for its students.
Tomorrow Come Foundation/Global First Responder/My Little Patient
Tomorrow Come has made several trips to the Guder region in our efforts to bring education and assistance to these children. Check out this video for some photos from our travels and see the students who are benefitting from those efforts.