At a GlanceWorking closely with Ethiopian leaders and veteran missionary staff from Misgana Ministries, Lifesong for Orphans is partnering to serve the Ziway and Adami Tulu communities in Ethiopia.
There are so many ways you can help us serve orphans in Ethiopia. your financial support and prayers help make our mission possible!
In partnership with Misgana Minstries, our schools (in Ziway & Adami Tulu) are known as the best in the city. They strive for academic achievement and increased use and understanding of English, while providing two nutritious meals a day. Along with providing their educational needs, we also seek to incorporate spiritual emphasis with daily prayer, Bible reading, Bible memorization, and celebrating Christian holidays such as Christmas and Easter.
Our three school campuses provide education for Nursery students through Grade 8. Without a quality education, children have little to no hope of breaking the cycle of gripping poverty. Our hope is to not only provide education, but also share the love of Christ with students as we guide them into a hopeful future.
“Without a quality education, children have little to no hope of breaking the cycle of gripping poverty.”
IMPACT of Lifesong Ethiopia & Misgana Ministries:
- Providing a healthy feeding program for students to prevent malnutrition
- Planting seeds of the Gospel in our students hearts
- Supporting evangelism in local churches
- Aiding individuals with special needs
- Working towards sustainable business ventures
- Planning for future vocational training
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Growing new LEADERS each year, while keeping families TOGETHER… Taking Education to the Next Level… Tsigereda and many of her classmates have diligently worked their way through grade school, approaching secondary education, an opportunity that few have, considering a large percentage of girls in her [...] Continue Reading »
The school year ended around the beginning of July. Each campus had its “school closing program” or “parents’ day” where the students show off what they learned during the year. There are songs, skits, readings, recitation of Bible memory verses, a spiritual message, etc. And then a [...] Continue Reading »