A Girl With a Wish

April 27th, 2017|Hope for the Future|

“There is nothing more powerful than a girl with a wish.”

You might have seen a post the other day on our Facebook page with the above quotation and a picture of one of the young woman that is part of Trampled Rose. As the days go past, I keep coming back to that quote. It’s […]

Successful students pass exams for Universities

December 20th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

In the village of Alem Ketema four senior girls were sponsored by Trampled Rose. Each and every one received a full scholarship to universities in Ethiopia.

 


Ayehuachew Shita Alemu – Full scholarship to Arba Minch University in Natural and Computational Sciences

 


Merhabete Update, 2016

December 15th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

Each school has a steering committee made up of officials, members of the community, and girls in the program. When it is impossible for Becky to travel to a community, the committee will document and provide information on each of the girls. This all-volunteer committee in the […]

Muki Turi Update, 2016

December 10th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

Trampled Rose sponsored 19 girls in Muki Turi for the school year 2015-2016.

Six were seniors, four of which graduated with a full scholarship to university. Their areas of study range from Electrical Engineering to Business Administration. Their school director was telling us how tears just burst from […]

Rotary Report 2015-2016

December 5th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

The East Colorado Springs Rotary Fund of the Pikes Peak Community Foundation

Grant of $9,000 designated to further the goals of keeping Ethiopian girls in school.

Activity/Financial

Use and Effectiveness Report

shenonorth-shoaethiopia

Sheno, North Shoa, Ethiopia

Submitted June 13, 2016

Dear […]

The Rose Buds

December 1st, 2016|Keeping Girls in School|

Rose Buds is a group of 19 girls in Muki Turi and 31 in Alem Ketema.  Becky visited them the last part of February and had a chance to talk to each one who was in school that day.  She asked them the most important thing that had happened to them this last quarter; good […]

Ankober, Aliyu Amba, and Sheno

October 25th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

It had rained in the night and was threatening more, but we were able to negotiate what mud there was. In the rainy season (May-September) roads are impassable and Becky cannot make it to the villages. From Debre Berhan we were on winding dirt roads. Our driver slowed for ruts and hair-pin curves.

Views of the […]

LEAVES INSTEAD BINDING: MENSTRUATION AS AN AFRICAN TABOO

May 23rd, 2016|Keeping Girls in School|

April 22, 2015 – By Carola Frentzen

When girls in Africa have their period, they often miss several days the school. There is a lack not only of hygiene articles, but also of openness. But there are projects and ideas to improve things.

Addis Ababa / Muka Turi. (AP) So it looks in the Western world: On Send […]

I BELIEVE IN CHANGE

May 10th, 2016|Hope for the Future|

That’s what a girl, probably 14-years old, said to a group of women visiting her school from Colorado–”I believe in change”–as a way of explaining what motivated her to continue her schooling despite obstacles that to most of us would prove insurmountable. As a part of The Trampled Rose Program, she was eligible […]

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