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Kulam wants to build a better world Building on collective cooperation and meaningful partnerships, Kulam pursues its mission of helping to build a better world and create positive change in the lives of the world’s most vulnerable. http://www.btmontreal.ca/videos/kulam-wants-to-build-a-better-world/    

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Goradera School

Throughout the Gondar region, thousands of children study in make-shift schools, including shade under a tree and mud huts with tin roofs.  In Goradera, a village located in the Gondar Zuria district, there was a great need for a new school.  The old school  structure made from corrugated iron sheet and open walls  was in […]

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Fogerie Kura Happy Well

Happy Well will provides safe drinking water – a most basic  human  need – to the village of Fogerie Kura, located in the Chira Mentro neighborhood and 7 km west of the Maksegnit district (12° 22′ 49” N – 37° 33′ 18” E). The well  benefits the 40 households in the village.  Happy well was […]

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Kulam Friendship Well

Drought affects over 14 million people across Ethiopia and access to safe drinking water in Ethiopia is at critically low levels. Collecting water daily is a backbreaking and time-consuming task, one that often prevents children from attending school and women from going to work. Villagers must rely on traditional water supplies that are frequently unsanitary […]

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Azezo Teklehaymot village Well

The village of Azezo Teklehaymot, located just 13 kilometers south of Gondar town (GPS coordinates: Elevation: 1999, North: 12 degrees 32’ 40”, East: 37 degrees 26’ 39”) has greatly benefited from its new well through the generosity of Carol Moynham . Serving just over 50 households, the residents and students who live and study in […]

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David’s Well Provides 4000 Litres of Fresh Drinking Water for Azeykew Village

Thanks to the charitable spirit of Arlene and David Sternthal and their family and friends, the rural community of Azeykew Chebchibit, Kebele Comfenta, Woreda Tikil Dengay now has safe drinking water from a new water system. The village comprises 50 households and is located 23 km from Gondar, Ethiopia, northwest from the Woreda town Tikeledingay, […]

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Solar Panel brings light and MS Windows to the Shumargie Community

Thanks to a grant from Paul Newman’s Foundation, our Shumargie school now is able to turn on the lights. Through the generous support of ‘Newman’s Own Foundation’ we  purchased a solar panel to place on top of the school.  In a country that boasts 13 months of sunshine, the panels  allow the entire community to use the building […]

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Shumargie Community School Well Complete & Operating!

Kulam, JDC  and Ve-ahavta togther with the local water bureau completed digging the well at the Shmuargie School in late November 2011 ahead of schedule and on budget. The villagers were involved in the project from start to finish so as to ensure that they know how to operate and maintain the pumping equipment so […]

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Kulam is Building a New Well for the “Shumargie” Community

Kulam is currently raising the balance of funds necessary to give the green light on a well for the Shumargie community. This well will be located near Kulam’s Shumargie school and provide fresh water for the community and school students. We need your help in raising the balance of $5,000 required to start this project. The […]

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News Flash: Digging “David’s Well” Project

Drought in Ethiopia affects 14 million people. Only 11% of the rural population has access to clean water. Waterborne diseases such as cholera, yellow fever, hepatitis, diarrhea and typhoid kill hundreds of thousands of Ethiopians each year, comprising the largest infant killers in a country that loses one in six children before their fifth birthday. […]

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