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I want to get Ethiopian local herbal medicine for diabetic
I just want to ask you ,do you know Dama kese (yemech medhanit)?
Dama kesse is called ocimim lamifoglium,it’s a sort of basilico.
Wawooo i am realy interested on this are hope U every success
What is common and amharic name of citropsis articulate and cola accuminata plants.
what is Moyder in English
I really appreciate Lizzie’s amazing work and foundation in Ethiopia by resisting the hardship on field. I fell so glad while I read the information from my email that Lizzie was presented with a Rotary International award for her work in Ethiopia at the Foundation’s annual dinner in Sydney. I personally learned a lot from your work. Thank you and wish U all the best.
Sisay Hailu: Debre Birhan college of Teacher’s Education, Ethiopia
Amaze.just amaze. I am listening to destruction (dog and kids) and ignoring it entirely. reading this blog is so encouraging and inspiring. i was meant to end up in this little house. next to yours. thank you universe. jillian x
The project at Fiche is unique in its nature in Ethiopia. Lizzie, you have to be proud of this project. It is an innovative approach, and will attaract many Ethiopians and development practitionars to replicate in various community.I personally learning always about this project…
How exciting that the project is really coming together, with the association being agreed by the members and the governing councils. Keep us updated on how the vulnerable plants are doing. Congratulations on the wonderful outcome of all your efforts.
Glenna and Robin
I love keeping up with all that you are doing…im so proud to know you and your family