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Mediterranea – The 2012 Year in Review

Mediterranea – The 2012 Year in Review

December 15, 2012 No Comments

Mediterranea Gives You the 2012 Year in Review with its Blog Archive of Posts Below: Latest 50 Blog Post Listings for 2012(73) 11/25 – 12/02(2) Mediterranea and Christmas Recipes Against Hunger 11/18 – 11/25(2) Toy Campaign Roofless folk in Paradise 11/04 – 11/11(3) People Interested in a Better World Close Collaboration Between Organizations AGM 2012 […]

Mediterranea – Recap As We Enter the Winter Months of 2011

Mediterranea – Recap As We Enter the Winter Months of 2011

November 27, 2011 No Comments

Please see brief recaps on various projects, volunteers and general help Mediterranea has given as a non-profit organization during the months of September through November. Social Centre for the Old in Akaki has been Repaired November 26, 2011 Here are some before and after photos of the future old people’s social centre in the rail […]

Where We Have Been & Where We Are Today – Mediterranea in the US

Where We Have Been & Where We Are Today – Mediterranea in the US

September 4, 2011 No Comments

I look at this US-based website when, in April, I last updated and moved blog posts and news items about Mediterranea’s non-profit organization and the amazing help they give to so many people in need. I am so far behind! Not once did any of them stop or change direction from their focus of helping […]

New Group of Volunteers Integrates Well into the Abugida Schools

New Group of Volunteers Integrates Well into the Abugida Schools

April 16, 2011 2 Comments

The April group of volunteers are installed in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at Mediterranea’s Abugida School. They are working and are happy. Each one has started with their entrusted tasks: Nacho is laying synthetic flooring in the classrooms of the nursery and blind children. In this way the floors will be softer and less cold. He […]

For Every Child There Can Be A Success Story

For Every Child There Can Be A Success Story

March 29, 2011 No Comments

I’m a little girl 22 months old.  I have been going to the Abugida kindergarten since it started in June of last year.  My life until then was sad, as is the case with many of the children who live here in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. I was born with the “evil illness” of Africa, we […]

Ophthalmologist Needed for Akaki Kids in Addis Ababa Ethiopia

Ophthalmologist Needed for Akaki Kids in Addis Ababa Ethiopia

March 3, 2011 1 Comment

Are you an Ophthalmologist? In Akaki, some 12.5 miles from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, blindness and partial blindness are a common and serious problem for the children and teenagers in this community.  The blindness and partial blindness are due to congenital cataracts, trauma, intrauterine infections, vitamin A deficiency, extreme myopias, etc.  The blind and partially blind […]

Help for the Blind Children of Ethiopia Together with Virginia Perez

Help for the Blind Children of Ethiopia Together with Virginia Perez

January 21, 2011 No Comments

Thank you to everyone who has responded to our request for help with ideas and handicraft skills, to produce items for the deaf and blind children of Akaki Mengist School, Ethiopia. We are on the way. If anyone else would like to help please write to Ana at    apadrinamediterranea@gmail.com Ana is coordinating the work group. […]

The First Ethiopian Braillin – Braille Learning Doll for Children

The First Ethiopian Braillin – Braille Learning Doll for Children

January 14, 2011 13 Comments

First off, we shall tell you the story of the Braillin doll as a tribute to its creator Virginia Araceli Perez de Vallejo, a teacher from the province of Corrientes in Argentina.  She is one of these anonymous heroines who has contributed and invented great things for humanity. Virginia is a teacher at the Corrientes […]

Breakfast or Lunch – A New Year & A Few Lives a Bit Healthier for Ethiopia

Breakfast or Lunch – A New Year & A Few Lives a Bit Healthier for Ethiopia

January 2, 2011 No Comments

At last Mediterranea has started to provide breakfast for the 198 children of the Biru Tesfa Primary School in Akaki, Ethiopia.  The breakfast is composed of bread, eggs and milk, on other days rice and other nutritious ingredients.  This is an important contribution to the dietary needs of these children who eat nothing or very […]

Substitute Mothers – A Small Light and Big Commitment

Substitute Mothers – A Small Light and Big Commitment

December 28, 2010 No Comments

This Christmas, at Mediterranea, we received some good news: at last it seems that we have found a substitute mother for a child at Abugida who is on the point of becoming orphaned.  This little boy, of six years old, only has his mother and she, tragically, is gravely ill with AIDS and terminal breast […]

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Mediterranea – The 2012 Year in Review

Mediterranea Gives You the 2012 Year in Review with its Blog Archive of Posts Below: Latest 50 Blog Post...

Mediterranea – Recap As We Enter the Winter Months of 2011

Please see brief recaps on various projects, volunteers and general help Mediterranea has given as a non-profit organization during...

Where We Have Been & Where We Are Today – Mediterranea in the US

I look at this US-based website when, in April, I last updated and moved blog posts and news items...

Good Things in Sight – And Not Only for the Blind Children

Virginia will arrive in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to the Abugida school on 8th May to start up the classrooms...

New Group of Volunteers Integrates Well into the Abugida Schools

The April group of volunteers are installed in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia at Mediterranea’s Abugida School. They are working and...

What’s Going On At Mediterranea This April

Below we give an overview of the projects that we are currently working on. We run solely on volunteer...

For Every Child There Can Be A Success Story

I’m a little girl 22 months old.  I have been going to the Abugida kindergarten since it started in...

Mediterranea – More Motivated Than Ever To Help Build Ethiopian School Classrooms

You (friends, supporters, volunteers of Mediterranea) already know that last summer we experienced some difficulties at the Abugida schools...

Ophthalmologist Needed for Akaki Kids in Addis Ababa Ethiopia

Are you an Ophthalmologist? In Akaki, some 12.5 miles from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, blindness and partial blindness are a...

Basic Hygiene Kits come in the form of Dignipacks

Yesterday with a team of six volunteers, we produced 200 Dignipacks, 50 for women and 150 for men.  We’d...