In September of 2009, two brothers came home to their wonderful family in Puyallup, Washington from Ethiopia.  These precious boys were orphaned and lived in the countryside before being brought to our orphanage in Adama.  They had to learn Amharic as their second language and then of course they had to learn English. 

With Tezera, Widows and Orphans Home Director
at the orphange in Adama

As I watch this video of the oldest, Daniel, share his life story written for a school project, I couldn’t help but marvel at how well-spoken and articulate he is.  And language is only one of many areas that these two have grown by leaps and bounds.  Enjoy!