Endihnew Hope

Available Sponsorships

All sponsorships are $55/month

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Simret

Name:  Simeret Mengistu

Story:  Simeret is 17 years old and in the 10th grade.  She dreams of becoming a doctor so that she can help others in need.  She enjoys playing soccer with her friends.  Simeret lives with her widowed mother and her older brother, Isreal Mengistu who is 25 years old. He quit school so that he could work and bring in an income for the family.  They do not make enough to afford basic necessities like food and clothing.  Please consider helping this precious family through sponsorship.

Hanna Faysel

Name: Hanna Faysel

Story: Hanna is 7 years old and in kindergarten. She likes jumping rope and her favorite subject is math. In the future, she wants to be a doctor. Hana’s parents are no longer together and she lives with her mother and three siblings on Entoto Mountain. Her mother earns money by fetching water and washing other people’s clothes, but it does not adequately support them. As a result, Hanna’s family lacks all of their basic needs, including food. Sponsorship ensures that the family’s most basic needs are met on a month-to-month basis.

Estifanos Abrham

Name: Estifanos Abraham

Story: Estifanos Abraham is 3 years old and lives on Entoto Mountain. His mother, Asnakech, came from an area called Wolayita 5 years ago and met Estifanos’s father in Addis. Unfortunately, Estifanos’s father left the family two years ago. Since then times have been difficult for their family and Estifano’s mother has started begging to cover their basic needs. His mother also shared that she has had trouble walking since giving birth, and that she walks with a stick. But she told us that Estifanos is a healthy boy.

Fikerte Addidu

Name: Fikerte Addisu

Story: Fikerte Addisu is 8 years old and she is in the first grade. She wants to become a doctor when she grows up. She lives with her mother, father, and two little brothers. Her father, Addisu, has physical disabilities and walks using crutches. As a result he does not work. Fikerte’s mother used to make a living washing clothes, but it is now difficult due to having little children to watch. The family lacks daily food and the basic living necessities.