Former Donation Projects
Former donation projects
During his visit at the Paderborner Airport project leader Bischof Abune Markos Gebremedhin and the responsible organisators explain the problematic in the small villiage Jimma (Ethiopia). The plan is to build two buildings in Jimma to take medical and physical care of disabled children and teenagers.
One of the stations already started to work and now takes care of about 60 disabled children. The second building is still under construction, but makes a good progress thanks to the numerous donations. The most important part - the fencing of the area is done now. This was a very important step, because the local laws says, that buildings have to be fenced to save them from outside influences. If this does not happen in a certain time the building becomes poperty of the state.
This legal obstacle has been mastered thanks to your continous donations. Moreover the building process of sanitary facilities, a kitchen and a well have been ended sucessfully. For Aerosoft it was self-evident to support the process by an other 10.000 Euro.
Orphanage in Guder
In September 2010 the organisation "Patenschaften von Mensch zu Mensch", Bishop Abune Markos Gebremedhin from Guder and Aerosoft CEO Winfried Diekamnn came together to talk about the building of an orphanage.
Bishop Gebremedhin talked about the constant progress, which Aerosoft supports since a few years. The well hast already been sinked, and was now expanded by a pump to supply the orphanage with water. Moreover the leading nuns and monks brought cows and sheeps to make the orphanage independend and able to pay for repairs and the checks of the teachers.
Diekmann handed bishop Gebremedhin a check with the amount of 10.000€. With this money two bedroomes can be repaired and the financing for the rest of the year is saved.
In general the orphanage, which is the new home of about 60 children, is now equiped with all necessary things to take good care of the children. We want to take the chanche to thank you, for the important part that all donators took in this project.