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The Stories of Eyes That See

New to the ETS Family!!

  New to the ETS Family We would like to welcome the newest member of the ETS family, Nathan! Nathan is the son of Yonas, our Ethiopian Director. Nathan is just barely a month old. Yonas has a beautiful wife named Hana and … [Read more...]

My American Nightmare

In case you missed it, here are some wise words from our U. S. staff member, J.J.   Almost 1.5 million American families live on less than 2 dollars a day per person (for example, a family of 4, 8 dollars, a family of 6, 12 dollars, … [Read more...]

Sometimes You Just Need a Little Help

Many of you already know about the services we provide at the Keziah House and 10cDabo. However, we also have a general fund for needs that don't fall under the umbrella of those two programs. The following is a story of someone who was a … [Read more...]


Hewit has been in our 10cDabo program since the day we started it.  She was one of the original students whose health was so fragile as she went to the Eshet school.  Currently Hewit is eight years old and just graduated first grade.  She lives at … [Read more...]

Making a difference one T-shirt at a time!

Northstar Middle School students have been involved in caring for ETS for many years. They have done it once again! This time they took t-shirts and turned them into bags for each one of 10cDabo students as well as each woman in our Keziah House!! … [Read more...]

Meet Some Of Our Staff….

Many of you may wonder what keeps Eyes That See running and how we are able to help the nation of Ethiopia when we are based out of Louisville, Kentucky. The key is in our awesome Ethiopian staff. Pictured above, we see two grown men doing their best … [Read more...]

Jeans That Don’t Wear Out

Last week I wrote you about Adebebech.  She is my precious friend. We were able to be Gods hands and feet for one another.  Though I told her story, I didn't tell you about her son.  Adebebech has a son who is about twenty.  He works construction … [Read more...]

September 15th

September 15th is the first day of school in Ethiopia this year.  In an area of Addis Ababa there is a group of students whose lives have been difficult.  They are orphaned students living in a garbage dump. At the end of last year, they were … [Read more...]

A Student of Hardship

Hermela is a beautiful 12 year old student in Addis.  She likes to laugh and play with her friends. While the boys play soccer, her friends lean close to Hermela on the wall as they whisper back and forth.  Like many Ethiopians, she loves doro wat. … [Read more...]

An Orphan’s Strength

Sintyu is one of the ten women who will be graduating next month. We had the opportunity to go to her home and hear her story. She lives in one of the poorest areas in Addis. The shacks in her neighborhood are hidden behind an area dump. As we … [Read more...]