• Raising Orphans

Women living in east africa raising 3 orphan kids ....onered to get these opportunty to be there for the kids who lost their parents..what makes me the most happy is to see them always lough and give them a safe home.

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Hallow Jlanghus

Iam very sorry for the delay of my answers, i did not able to manage the world pulse male, Lily was helping me to right the message for you. so the children that i help is 3 they all do not have a family. I was been taken the first girl 13years ago, she is 18 know she took national exam to finish high school, on September she will be join University, and the other tow are i took them 3 years ago they are brother and sister. the boy is 14 years old and 6th grad student  his sister is 16years old she is 10th grad. This is all about my orphan children.

great to meet you again 

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about me

Hallow jlanghus, thank you for your quick respond, I us to be  worked in rehabilitation program for 13 years. i was been a counclear and a skills training manager. it was a great experiences and helping me full of competition. I have good reason to help ten age girls in our country. in our country girls from 10 up to 16 , if they lost there family now one helping them they tried to survive and direct people show for them to sell there bodies to the mane. i patently stand between these treble happenings.  

I have to children by my own, thy grow and have a job. but i am a single mom

great to have a friend like you

Amelework   

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Welcome Sis Redite on World Pulse! I'm glad you decided to join us. I hope you'll find here a great sisterhood. I think you're a strong woman and children are indeed beautiful gifts! Cheers! 

Peace & Joy / Paix & Joie

Your WP Sister Jessica

Founder/Fondatrice, Women & Africa International

Official Website: http://www.womenandafrica.org/

 

Dear Jessica

Thank you for  the quick replied and encreaging words.  WomenAndAfricanternational are accepting me to be your sis and it’s a great opportunity to say something about girls, women  on the world pulse email.

I think 2 names are confusing but  My name is Amelework Yilma but Redit is my first orphan girl living with me,  She is 18  and finished high school this year. I love her dearly and she is my first, so for the future she will be continue my vision when I am  going to be tired. I am preparing her following  my foot steps.

Blessing be with you

Amelework

 

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Dear Amelework

It's my wish (my dream) to raise an orphan. I haven't yet made that decision but I think anyone like you who made that decision is an hero in my eyes. Your life will live on through hers. It's a beautiful gift you gave her and I'm sure she brings you much joy as well. Cheers!

Peace & Joy / Paix & Joie

Your WP Sister Jessica

Founder/Fondatrice, Women & Africa International

Official Website: http://www.womenandafrica.org/

 

Dear sister Jessica

Thank you for the encreging words, If we are willing to help, nothing  stooping us beside that  only we may compassionate  and committed. It may be not enough but I give my best any way. So I’m  thinking about this vision for long time ago, sins when I was a little kid. I was born and raise in Addis Ababa “I’m a city girl”.   “ when I was 6 my dad took all our family  fore a vacation to the land he owned, us a little girl that was a new experience and un forgettable. We spent 2 weeks there playing and sleeping with the farmers children but they did not have a shoe and enough close and they were so dirty &  they saw as like a new doll that the child family buy for the first time of excitement. I took & hide my shoe to give my new farmer friend. My dad asked me where I put my shoe I told him and my dad angry at me. He gave me  did not out and play with them for one day because when I want there I took 2 pare of shoos and for 13days I was ware only one shoos. From that childhood experience I did not get out that farmer children suffering from my mind. I will be continue next time my life experience for my dear sisters. 

Blessing

Amelework

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