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For the record: what your charity has accomplished


Brother Cesare Bullo, the bursar for the Salesians of St. John Bosco in Addis Ababa, has provided NCCL with (more…)

What can one person do?

A lot, by charity. (more…)

NCCL owes them for their charity

In the good name of the Salesians of Addis Ababa, Brother Cesare Bullo, S.D.B. has advanced NCCL the equivalent (more…)

Keeping abreast of developments

Benefactors, friends & those interested are encouraged to follow developments for Assefa & Robel, as family, friends & Georgetown University Hospital prepare the Baraki-Brothers for kidney transplant surgery sometime next month.

See the Baraki Family blog for updates.

The Ethiopians are coming … sooner even than expected

News this morning from their Uncle, Father Tesfamariam Baraki, tells that the Baraki Brothers are now booked on a flight to arrive in Washington this (more…)

Have travel visas ever been granted so quickly?

Vice Consul Sebastian J. Gregg from the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia informs (more…)

Helping to get the patients flying

As the encouraging e-correspondence copied below indicates, (more…)

Helping to get the patients going

With a generous donation of $500, another loving benefactor of Assefa and his brother, Robel, has covered the application fees payable to the U.S. Consulate for visas (and then some) for the two young Ethiopian patients.
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When it rains, it pours … paperwork!

Among the several letters of support required by the U.S. Consul to issue visas to Assefa & Robel, two of the most outstanding come from the physicians & staff who have donated their professional skills & compassionate care to our young friends. (more…)

Helping those in most need of mercy, by alms

In keeping with NCCL’s policy of transparency & accountability to benefactors, supporters and collaborators, we publish to following receipts of donations transferred to the Salesians of St. John Bosco in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) for projects Looking East.
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