Through a pandemic, civil unrest, and weeks of nationwide internet shutdown, Studio Samuel staff never paused with any student or each other.
Classes for students continued, now given in small groups by phone, which is working well. In addition to teaching, staff members conducted their weekly healthcare check-ins to monitor 300+ program participants for Covid-related symptoms, any instability in their households, and/or other situations that may require their immediate assistance.
During these unprecedented times, communication and connection with each other are essential for our mental, physical, and emotional strength.
Shown: Studio Samuel Deputy Director, Ms. Alemayehu, speaks with her class.
Thank you to everyone who donated to our Covid-relief fund!
There's still time to give if you have the room.
Launching in August
Covid in Ethiopia Coverage with Guest Blogger, Meron M. Shawul
Meron is a longtime Studio Samuel supporter, graduate of UNLV School of Public Health, and was born not far from our training center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Reporting will include data from reliable healthcare industry sources on the ground in Ethiopia and will feature interviews with Studio Samuel students, offering a glimpse of the pandemic through their eyes.
To protect the privacy of our students and families, images and/or personal details are modified. Thank you for understanding.
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Studio Samuel is a registered 501(c)(3) in the U.S. and a licensed International NGO in Ethiopia.