Ethiopia: the journey towards the impact journey
The journey towards the impact journey
In February 2020 we will travel with a group of ambassadors to our project in Ethiopia. We have visualized our journey on the way to this trip with a few beautiful vlogs. Here you can find them all.
In February 2020 we will take our ambassadors to Ethiopia to show them where and how their donations are spent. To increase the anticipation a little, we take you on our journey before the journey. Watch our first vlog – recorded during our team weekend in the Ardennes – in which Machiel and Frank tell you more about what to expect from the trip!
Only 47 more nights of sleep and then we go on a trip to Ethiopia! To increase the anticipation, we are happy to take you on our journey before the trip. This time we visited Hester Apeldoorn of Amref Flying Doctors to hear more about the travel program.
At a water kiosk you see that the people around it are healthier and cleaner. You literally see a very clear effect.
Hester Apeldoorn, Amref Flying Doctors
Just 21 more nights of sleep and then we go on a trip to Ethiopia! To increase the anticipation, we’re vlogging our trip before the trip. This time we were at QO Amsterdam. The management did not choose to go along themselves, but to appoint two interpreneurs among their employees. That is why QO set up an internal competition and the two winners can travel to Ethiopia.
Making water everybody’s business
Since 2016 was have been investing in the five-year health programme ‘Making water everybody’s business’ executed by Amref Health Africa.
The goal is to reach more than 140,000 people in slums and poor neighborhoods in Ethiopia with access to water, sanitation and hygiene education. It concerns the areas of Addis Ababa, Afar and Oromia.
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Ethiopia update: Completed succesfully
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Gadisa spent a lot of money and time fetching clean drinking water. Thanks to Made Blue, she can now save and put time into development.Read more