Visiting the world is a seeds initiative to invite entrepreneurs, creators, innovators, musicians, educators and students from around the world to lead workshops with our students and experience cultural immersion with our community. 

The Teaching Opportunity of a Lifetime

By | June 26th, 2017|Categories: News, Visiting the World|

Are you interested in teaching? Are you fluent in English? Are you looking for the opportunity of a lifetime? Seeds of Africa is searching for Ethiopian or Ethiopian in the Diaspora volunteers for our English [...]


By | May 2nd, 2016|Categories: News, Sowing Community, Stories, Visiting the World|

How amazing would it be to honor your mom this Mother's Day by giving a gift in her name and empowering a mother of one of our students? Here is how it works: Select an amount below and complete [...]

Atti’s Update from Ethiopia

By | April 18th, 2016|Categories: News, Sowing Community, Visiting the World|

Dear Seeds Family,   Last month I returned to Ethiopia to see our programs in action. I visited our school, engaged with our students and met with her. We all have a her in our lives, she’s a [...]

Audre Rae Krull

By | September 21st, 2013|Categories: Visiting the World|

Audre Rae Krull, an American photographer, brought cameras and used them to teach our students how to observe the world around them and capture it on film.  She also took beautiful photos of Adama and [...]

François Girard Garci

By | September 21st, 2013|Categories: Visiting the World|

2013, François Girard Garci, a French violinist worked with Luthiers sans Frontières (“Violins without Borders”) to have child-sized violins donated. He provided violin lessons and performed for our students.

Luke Bassuener

By | July 21st, 2013|Categories: Visiting the World|

Luke Bassuener, an elementary school art teacher and returned peace corps volunteer, from Madison, Wisconsin, captured students' music and made music videos. Luke worked at a high school in Ghana and created a music video with [...]

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The Dream School Campaign launched in October, 2014 to raise $2.2 Million to fund the creation of an Ethiopian Academy and community center to serve up to 600 students, their families, and the Adama community. It will meet the most rigorous international academic standards and prepare our students to succeed in high school, college, and beyond.