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In January 2006, FTH appealed to its partners and friends to help feed the people of Ethiopia. Because of their generous and immediate response, FTH was able to send 350,000 kilograms of food feeding 10,000 families with some of their most basic dietary needs. Each food pack was distributed with a Bible, Gospel material and a local pastor shared the Gospel message.

In conjunction with the massive food program, an evangelical crusade and pastors-training conference was conducted, fulfilling the threefold vision of Feed The Hungry:- to feed the hungry; encourage pastors; and reach the lost.

A series of written and visual reports are available for download and the links can be found here below:-

Donor Video Report

FTH Australia Operations Manager, Ben Evans, has prepared a 7min video report of his trip to Awasa Ethiopia. The report can be requested on DVD or video by contacting the office.

The report can also be viewed online.

Crusade Footage

Ps. Billy Joe & Sharon Daugherty have posted a short 4 min video highlighting some footage & testimonies from the Ethiopia Crusade.

Please click here to view their pictures.

Original Appeal Letters

Launched in January 2006 after almost 6 months of preparation.

The Ethiopian Appeal was a single appeal in two letters:-

Project Ethiopia is only days away from launching. Already teams of volunteers are preparing food packs to feed more than 50,000 people over the next two weeks.

Food will be distributed through local churches in the Awasa region, 200km south of the main capital city, Addis Ababa.

Key focal point of the project will be the 3 night evangelical crusade from Wednesday 15th through to Friday 17th. We expect a nightly attendance of 100,000 people.

 

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