Anab and her friends are getting a kick out of photographer Joni Kabana, who is visiting Mercy Corps programs in Ethiopia this week. They’ve got even more reason to smile since our team built a new birka, or reservoir, during the region’s worst drought in 60 years. Now they only have to walk two hours, instead of two days, to get clean water.
Want to see more Mercy Corps work in action and meet the people we’re helping in Ethiopia? Check out our new Instagram account to follow Joni’s trip and get the latest look at life in the field.

Anab and her friends are getting a kick out of photographer Joni Kabana, who is visiting Mercy Corps programs in Ethiopia this week. They’ve got even more reason to smile since our team built a new birka, or reservoir, during the region’s worst drought in 60 years. Now they only have to walk two hours, instead of two days, to get clean water.

Want to see more Mercy Corps work in action and meet the people we’re helping in Ethiopia? Check out our new Instagram account to follow Joni’s trip and get the latest look at life in the field.

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    Wonderful. I love seeing success stories… Especially ones which offer long-term relief for those who need it most.
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