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Bethany Krumm

Bethany's Service Bio

 

I worked with HOPE Enterprises in the capitol city of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. The mission of HOPE Enterprises is "to provide hope for the needy in Ethiopia through holistic human development. HOPE strives to help individuals in need to help themselves out of hopelessness." To accomplish this mission HOPE Enterprises runs five schools across the country, a street children's breakfast program and a lunch program for the homeless on the streets in Addis Ababa. Depending on the current needs in the country HOPE Enterprises will execute other programs and/or projects which fit and help execute its mission. For example, during the famine in the summer of 2008 HOPE Enterprises put a program together for food supply and support to those suffering in the Rift Valley. During my time with HOPE Enterprises my main responsibility was to teach English to 1st, 2nd and 3rd graders as well as teach a class on The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. Other then my main responsibility, I had the opportunity to serve in the breakfast and lunch programs, analyze HOPE's Business operations, build relationships and friendships with my community, and experience in depth the culture of Ethiopia. I served alongside of Joshua Tuggle and Maren Mylander, whom are both Krista Colleagues, so check out their profiles as well!

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Colleague Info

COLLEAGUE YEAR
2007
SENDING ORG
Hope Enterprises
REGION
Africa
LOCATION
Ethiopia

SERVICE AREAS
Developing Nations



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