New board member!
Marleen Wassink is a new board member of TTAF.
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The emergency assistance program for families with young children and single-parent families in Addis Ababa, set up last year, was completed this month.
In December 2019, a sponsor indicated to sponsor the walls, doors and roof of the new school for the blind in Debre Zeit. This was of course big news and therefore a long cherished wish of Mr. Wondimu (director of the school) seems to be fulfilled.
On 1 January 2020 our board member Jan van het Veld passed away very unexpectedly at the age of 63.
On 10 September 2019 Ayano Burka and Zenebe Ayele awarded the contract to drill a well on the site of the Health Center in Sashamene.
On 16 September, the school for the blind in Debre Zeit has started again