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HOPEthiopia Community Development
HOPEthiopia
eMiC Project 10009/10010

February 26th - March 9th, 2009
May 8th to 19th, 2009

Project Status
July 2015: First children's home cluster and volunteer house constructed. Construction on second children's home cluster underway.

Project Team

10009
Steve Ulrich - eMiC team leader
Waikeen Ng - architect/ urban planner
Terry Podmore - agricultural engineer

10010
Patrick Cochrane - eMiC team leader
Ty Smith - eMiC intern
Godwin Wong - civil engineer
Lydia Penner - surveyor
Cameron Galbraith - surveyor

Photos
photo album

Video

Media & Ministry Reports

Life: Helping build a future - local woman returns from aid mission in Ethiopia
Daily Herald-Tribune (May 29, 2009)

Ethiopian Engineering
CFJC-TV Kamloops (May 25, 2009)

The Birth of a Project
eMiC ~ connected (Spring 2009)

Original Project Scope

10009
This is a site analysis / land assessment trip in which eMi Canada is partnering with a Hope Ethiopia ministry team.  Several parcels of land - up to 4000 acres - have been offered to the ministry and a rational determination has to be made as to which parcel is most suitable to meet the desires of the ministry.  Those desires include integrated blocks of land for agriculture, reforestation, community development and a peace garden.  Applicants should have experience in assessing and planning on a very large scale.  An official eMi design team will do more detailed design on a later trip once the land parameters have been established.

10010
This ministry is building an orphanage in a rural part of Ethiopia. It will using a model of individual houses for each group of children. A secondary thrust of the ministry will be to cultivate land as an experimental farm and grow crops so the ministry can be self-sustaining.

A topographical survey is required for 4000 acres. This will be done using a hand held GPS for remote areas and a total station for a smaller area. Some large-scale mapping has already been assembled.

Civil design will include drainage, water, and wastewater for several large buildings on the site.

The architectural and planning team has already been assembled and will continue to work on the detailed design from home.

More information about HopEthiopia is available on their website.

 

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