Ethiopia Service Volunteers Settle In

For the first time in JDC’s 27 years of field work in Ethiopia, a team of Short-Term Service participants touched ground to support our humanitarian work running in the country. Currently, a group of students/Hillel members from the University of Washington are volunteering their time with various JDC programs in Addis Ababa and Gondar, including the medical clinic in Gondar run by the renowned Dr. Rick Hodes.

July 30, 2010

For the first time in JDC’s 27 years of field work in Ethiopia, a team of Short-Term Service participants touched ground to support our humanitarian work running in the country. Currently, a group of students/Hillel members from the University of Washington are volunteering their time with various JDC programs in Addis Ababa and Gondar, including the medical clinic in Gondar run by the renowned Dr. Rick Hodes. From the looks of the JDC: In Service blog, it seems they’ve wasted no time immersing themselves in their service projects while also getting a feel for the highs and lows of Ethiopian life. We look forward to following their adventures through their posts, pictures, and some “soon-to-be-released” video.

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