Founders of Pathways
to Children program, Grace Strangis
and Madonna King, said this year's Pathways Traveler's trip to Ethiopia has been the most successful.
...I knew that in order for people to go to developing countries, they need a vehicle, a plan they could be comfortable with," Strangis told a CHSFS-Ethiopia journalist when asked why she initiated the Pathways to Children Program.
Click here to view more Pathways Travelers pictures Strangis, who is board member of CHSFS said, "The trip keeps getting better.
This was our best trip ever.This was absolutely our best trip."
According to Strangis
, all the participants were moved by what they saw and enjoyed the experience they had visiting the activities of CHSFS-Ethiopia going as far as Ottoro, a rural village in the South Regional State of Ethiopia, on a rough dry weather road. The CHSFS
board member said the Pathways
to Children trips change not only the lives of children but also the people on the trip."I have had a number of people who have been on more than one trip, and their lives changed.People who don't understand the world are getting better understanding of the poverty in this world," she