People of CURE

“I am very happy!

“I heard about CURE Ethiopia through my niece who was online searching for work. When CURE Ethiopia was moving from an office space to the hospital, I helped them move. I’ve been here since the opening of the hospital. When I witnessed CURE helping kids, I knew I’d be here for a long time. It’s been 8 years now. I’m happy with my work. Being happy with my work allowed me to get married and have my first child with my second on the way. Coming from a family of 23 other children, from 3 of my father’s wives, I wanted to be completely secure when I chose to settle down. My happiness and fulfillment from working at CURE Ethiopia since it’s opened is easy to see in all aspects of my life, that’s what I mean when I say I’m very happy!”

Getenet, Carpenter

About the photographer
Photo of the Mieraf Gebresellasie

Mieraf Gebresellasie Mieraf served as a Storyteller at CURE Ethiopia from 2015 to 2018. She was born in a refugee camp in Northern Sudan and grew up in the U.S. Having taken a few trips to Ethiopia, she recognized her calling to return to the land in which she belonged, to serve. Photography is her passion and she loves to show the voices of children through the images she captures. Mieraf enjoys hiking, learning with children, and exploring the uniqueness that is humanity. She loves listening, watching, hearing stories through people while traveling unbeaten paths, shopping at local markets, learning Amharic, and serving cake she’s baked to strangers wherever a cake is needed.


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