17 Aug 2013

Wonderful news from Addis Ababa

W​e are very proud to inform that we have been legalized by the​ ​Ethiopian Government.​

​We have faith that  this will enable us to go on to greater projects and collaboration with our friends in Ethiopia. ​

15 Aug 2013

Even in a crisis, we can make a difference

What is happening in Mediterranea right now?

1)We are handing out near to 10000 litres of milk a month  to children in 4th World (Mallorca)
2)We are making prescription glasses for children in 4th world
3​)We are giving Baby food and clothes  for children in 4th world
4)Refurbished computers are being accumulated, repaired and software installed for children in sheltered homes,
5)Teenagers are training with us to be able to teach computer skills to the children who will use the computers.
6)We are running and expanding a milk program in order to get businesses, clubs and schools to help us accumulate milk to hand out for children in families going through hard times.​
7​)We are providing books for school children whose parents can not afford to buy them.
8)We are helping to feed between 200 and 300 roofless people in Palma.
9)We provide Dignipacks for the roofless people once a month.
10)We are accumulating towels for the roofless people.
11)We are preparing the legal documents and handling the red tape,  so as to bring two children form Africa to be operated in Son Espasas.
12)We re feeding near to 1000 children in Ethiopia
13)We run a school for 250 very poor children in the Akaki area south of Addis Ababa. It is considered one of the best school in the country.
14)We have a nursery in Akaki
15)We have just inaugurated a day centre for severely handicapped children in Sebeta west of Addis. It is called Rainbow House.
16)We run a stimulation centre for blind children in the Sebeta Blind Children's school.
17)We, in collaboration with the University of the Balearic Islands, have teams of Physiotherapists and teachers going down to Ghana to the department we set up in the Dangme East Hospital in Ada.
18)We are sponsoring orphaned children in Akaki.
19)We are teaching women in Akaki to read and write.
20)We do positive discrimination in favour of women and children who are HIV positive in Akaki.
21)We continue to collect glasses which we send out to the third world.
22)We ara collaborating with a sister organisation sending clothes, books, and medical supplies to Senegal where we will help them with a medical centre they run.

......and we try to create membership and raise funds so that all of these wonderful projects can keep on going.

One of our many teams working on a program.