Ethiopia Bans All Foreign Adoptions

Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: Now, let’s follow up on the end of adoptions from Ethiopia. Many Americans adopted children from that country not so long... Read more »

Ethiopian Traditions Come Alive at Capitol Hill’s New Hype Cafe

Photo by Laura HayesThe meaning behind the name Hype Cafe doesn’t make itself known until about an hour after you leave the welcoming spot on Capitol Hill that opened this month. That’s... Read more »

5 Days With the Jewish Children of Ethiopia

In August I flew to Ethiopia with my friend Adi to volunteer with the Jewish community in Gondar for five days. We joined 10 Israeli post-army volunteers who ran a camp for... Read more »

Giving back to Ethiopia: Taste of Ethiopia Food Truck funding mission to help kids

A food truck that makes stops around the Green Bay area is on a mission to help kids in Ethiopia. A dad, his kids, and some friends pair Ethiopian slow cooking and... Read more »

Taste of Ethiopia Food Truck funding mission to help kids

GREEN BAY, Wis. (WBAY) – A food truck that makes stops around the Green Bay area is on a mission to help kids in Ethiopia. A dad, his kids, and some friends... Read more »

Students share sports from Aberdeen to Ethiopia – Kamloops This Week

IN THE PHOTO: (Back, left) Owen Cameron, Parker Cameron, Adam Vukusic, Alex Middleton, (front, left) Nathan Amy, Daniel Ma, Keara Fleming, Abigail Biffert and Maizy Graham are Aberdeen elementary Grade 6 students behind... Read more »

Skateboarding giving Ethiopia’s young a chance to escape the grind and for …

Posted April 27, 2015 23:50:17 Photo: Skating has become a way to escape trouble on the streets of the Ethiopian capital for many of Addis Ababa’s young. (AFP: Zacharias Abubeker) Swerving around... Read more »

Doherty: Ethiopian diet the best

Jimmy Doherty’s new documentary The World’s Best Diet has found people living in impoverished, rural Ethiopia eat more healthily than the average Brit. In his new Channel 4 documentary, the farmer and... Read more »
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Village of Hope co-founder Lon Harvey Kennard pleads guilty to child sex abuse

A Wasatch County man accused of sexually abusing three of his adopted Ethiopian children pleaded guilty Wednesday to reduced charges. Lon Harvey Kennard Sr., 69, was initially charged in 4th District Court... Read more »

Ethio­pian heritage camp in Va. offers tradition, togetherness to adopted African kids and their families ­

At a rustic summer camp in Virginia’s Shenandoah Mountains, wedged between a monster water park and a Golden Corral restaurant, a raucous, Ethiopian feast unspooled and 9-year-old Mati found her groove at... Read more »