March 4th, 2009

Giving Back Image of the Week

This image captures the familial relationship between children and caregivers…


Project Mercy, Inc., Yetebon, Ethiopia
Project Mercy provides education, health care, and other services in Yetebon, a community of 70,000 people. Teaching vocational skills, disease prevention, and nutrition, Project Mercy hopes to break the cycle of poverty. Johnson & Johnson provides HIV/AIDS education and orphan support resources. Project Mercy strives to offer a community-family model of care that builds on community and extended family relationships. (Photographer: Willie Davis, a Johnson & Johnson – International Center of Photography Fellowship recipient)


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