Progress for the People of Shoa
Six months ago, a group of Glimmer staff and supporters joined villagers in Shoa to experience their daily struggle to collect drinking water. After ... Read More
Emergency Delivery Saves Mother and Son
In a rural village, Tarikua, a mother of six, awoke to signs of labor and immediately began to experience complications. After a difficult night, ... Read More
Despite Challenges, Gonok Finds a Way
We are so close to bringing clean water to Gonok thanks to the perseverance, creativity and commitment of the community and our local partners. ... Read More
Rapid Response Saved Lives
Thanks to our supporters, Glimmer provided emergency relief in two communities hardest hit by the severe drought in Ethiopia.In March, we launched a food ... Read More
Seeing Is Believing
A group of Glimmer’s most committed donors recently visited the Shoa community for a firsthand look at the need in this area — as ... Read More
Looking Ahead to Our Next Phase of Work
With construction on Year 2 projects officially underway, we’re now shifting our focus toward raising funds for the next phase of work in Year ... Read More
Ethiopia Drought Now at a Critical Point
The drought in Ethiopia is now at a critical point. Despite an early response by the Ethiopian government, the international commitments for emergency food ... Read More
Growing and Thriving in the New Year
We’ve completed our first year of work as part of our five-year commitment in the Villages of Gondar. In partnership with the community, we ... Read More
Our Second Year in Shoa
Marking the start of our second year of work in the Villages of Shoa, Glimmer’s Addis-based leadership team met with stakeholders including Glimmer’s construction ... Read More
Update on the Drought from Donna
I returned last week from a trip to Ethiopia that took me to several communities where Glimmer has worked for years. In Senale Village ... Read More
Drought Update: Donna's Visit to Senale and AdiKeyh
I returned last week from a trip to Ethiopia that took me to several communities where Glimmer has worked for years. In the Senale ... Read More
A New Well Changed Her Life
Zewdinesh used to walk 1.5 hours to collect water from a dirty river. The grueling trip limited her to two jerry cans of water ... Read More