May 22, 2012

Waiting brothers—9 and 4 years old!

I shared about these brothers last week but I think they got lost in the shuffle. I have seen their faces and they have taken a piece of my heart. Please share this post so that their family can be found.

Name: AH & MH

Age: 9 years & 4 years

Gender: Both male
Country of Origin: Ethiopia
Waiting Since: October 21, 2011

 
Summary: AH and MH are from the Tigray region of Ethiopia. The boys are very social and enjoy playing with children their own age. AH is in school during the day and is performing at his grade level. Although MH is not old enough for school yet, he already can name his colors correctly and can copy some capital letters. Now they are looking for their forever family!
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Want to find more out about these brothers? Here is the information below!!



IAN's Waiting Children Info Emailwaitingkids@internationaladoptionnet.org
IAN's Phone Number
303-691-0808



Information about Tigray

Location: northern part of Ethiopia
Capital: Mekele

Canyon west of Adigrat in northern Tigray
President: Ato Tsegaye Berhe
Area: 80,000 square k.m
Topography: 600-3000 meters above sea level
Climate: Hot and mild
Population: 3,901,000
Working language: Tigrigna
Distance from Addis Ababa to Mekele: 783 k.m
(the following was found on http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/595583/Tigray)

Tigray, also spelled Tegray, Tigrai, or Tigre, historical region, northern Ethiopia. Its western part rises in high-plateau country where elevations generally range between 5,000 and 11,000 feet (1,500 and 3,300 metres).

The region is drained by the Tekeze and Gash (Mareb) rivers. To the east lies the Denakil Plain, including the Kobar Sink (some 380 feet [116 metres] below sea level).

Tigray contains the core of the ancient Aksumite kingdom and the historic settlements of Aksum, the kingdom’s capital; Yeha, a ruined town of great antiquity; and Adwa, the site of a battle in 1896 in which the Italian invading force was defeated.

Although vegetation is sparse, most of Tigray’s population is engaged in agriculture (cereals, legumes, coffee, and cotton) and stock raising. Hides and skins are important exports. Salt and potash from desert deposits are also exported.

The region, which has long been home to the Tigray people, also supports the Raya, Azebo, Afar, and Agew peoples.

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