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Published on Jan 26, 2011
This video was shot on the island of Zadechu, in the middle of Lake Zway, 100 miles south of Addis Ababa Ethiopia. The Zway people are one of the only unreached people groups in the world. Their people are dying from water-borne diseases.
Six-year old Garrett and his twin sister, Tia, were recently adopted by the Henderson Family in Harrisburg, NC. They were born on Zadecha Island on Lake Zway in Ethiopia, Africa. Their birth mother, Werke, is a widow who still lives on the island with her other 6 children. As Garrett and Tia experience more of America, Garrett's heart yearns for his birth family and friends to have what they now have - clean water to drink, ample food to eat and access to medical care. He sees the excess and waste here and knows, first hand, the need there. In fact, the need is so extreme that they were given up for adoption in order that they might have a better life. www.garrettsheart.webs.com