Ethiopian Adoption Travelogue

July 20, 2007

Shinshicho and Hadero Photos

Filed under: Travel — by sackrosanct @ 10:05 am

Links below will take you to full-size photos of images taken in the towns of Shinshicho and Hadero in the Southern Region of Ethiopia.

Hadero photos were taken in October 2006.    When opened, click on the link “Hade.”  32 photos available.

Shinshicho photos were taken in May and October 2006.  When opened, click on the link “Shin.” 18 photos available.

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  1. my name is tesfalem markos dolebo
    i am computer science student in haramaya university
    i came from shinshiho town
    shinshicho is beautiful .so please show me any gathered photos of shinshicho. i want to see

    tesfu_mar@yahoo.com

    Comment by tesfalem markos — February 1, 2008 @ 8:31 am |Reply

    • Hello,
      Im sorry I do not have photos of Shinshiho. I was hoping you could tell me how to get in touch with someone in Shishiho. I have a name but no specific address. Thank you, dfabels@aol.com

      Comment by Donna Fabel — November 26, 2009 @ 11:23 pm |Reply

  2. I have a little girl from this town, and I would love all information possible to gather for my little daughter we adopted. Please email me with any information possible. skippy2005@charter.net

    Comment by Roger Niesen — March 4, 2008 @ 12:37 am |Reply

    • Hi,
      I also adopted a child from Shinshiho. Im trying to reach my son’s family there. Do you know how I may go about it? Thanks and congradulations on your daughter. dfabels@aol.com

      Comment by Donna Fabel — November 26, 2009 @ 11:27 pm |Reply

  3. my name is tesfalem markos ,this is my third time to submit my comment

    please load photographs of shinshicho
    i love you kembata
    zoba zoba horunkus
    shinshichi osuuti zobaha
    from tesfalem markos dolebo
    shinshicho

    i love you all kembata people

    Comment by tesfalem markos — July 11, 2008 @ 10:46 am |Reply

  4. pleas load photo

    Comment by biniyam petros tuloro — March 28, 2010 @ 6:09 am |Reply

  5. hi my name is biniyam petros i am electrical and compiter engineering student in haramaya univeristy.
    please send a short history and photographs of shinshicho town.
    my advise is all of you work together for the devlopement of shinshicho.GOD BLESS SHINSHICHO.

    Comment by biniyam petros tuloro — March 29, 2010 @ 2:58 am |Reply

  6. My name Aschalew paulos I’m a medical student in St.paul’s medical college i want to tell some thing about shinshicho.
    Shinshicho is a beutifull tawn in S.N.N.P.R.G in Ethiopia, it has an attractive land form and green enviroment, a gifted land variety, and the tawn has confortable env’t for envestement.
    I want you to post a photograph of shinshicho
    thank you!
    Aschalew

    Comment by aschalew paulos — April 3, 2010 @ 4:38 am |Reply

  7. hey how are you the photographs i get above cannot represent shinshicho please post others if you have or if you have no i will upload to you. Thankyou

    Comment by aschalew — April 22, 2010 @ 2:45 pm |Reply

  8. hi, kemebata brothers and sisters lets build our naion.educated and un educated please come and enjoy the paradise of kembata with fertile soil,favourable air,fruits and cash crops, christian people… with special culture.do not only yearn to see the photogarahp of shinshicho but come personally and pray for peace,good governance and development and accomplishment of the coming eellection. inside me there is deep sense of love for you.

    GOD BLESS KEMBATA

    Comment by yohannes petros — May 9, 2010 @ 10:44 pm |Reply

  9. Hi, my name is Tsegaye G/mariam to all kambata’s sons let us built our country with every thing as possible.From Haramaya Univesirt.

    Comment by Tsegaye g/mariam — June 23, 2010 @ 8:24 am |Reply

  10. Hello, I realize this feed is very old, but I was hoping I might be able to contact the person who posted the pictures from Hadero. If you get this, please contact me at foster underscore kati at yahoo dot com. We are preparing to travel to Ethiopia next month and this is the area where our baby girl is from. Thank you!

    Comment by Kati — May 24, 2011 @ 1:06 pm |Reply

  11. Hi My Name Is Firew Abebe I Was Born and grown up in Shinshicho. i am living in south africa. i miss back home and proud to be a kambata.

    i love to see some pictures of shinshicho.

    please send me with email below

    my email is firewabebe79@yahoo.com

    Comment by firew — November 1, 2011 @ 12:38 pm |Reply

  12. OH! MY great sisters and brothers of kambata people,how are U?I’M full fine! Let us stand for reach greatness and change our people for effectiveness efficiency!
    Muluneh Temesgen from JIMMA U1

    Comment by muluneh — November 15, 2011 @ 1:30 am |Reply

  13. my name is mulugeta latebo
    i am computer science student in jimma university,4^th year
    i am from shinshicho town
    so please show me any gathered photos . i want to see and kambata culter clothes on your website.as computer science student i will give you suggestion on your website,there should web designer for making it dynamic site,and network manager shuold be neccessary.thank u

    Comment by mulugeta latebo — November 21, 2011 @ 3:59 pm |Reply

  14. hi kacha birra’s community? i think U fine! I come from itta kebele of kacha birra worada.I’M4″th year pubilic health and medica science college student in Jimma University.
    I never forgot U! And stand with you to remove any unusefully things
    from our community and to establish essentually things 4 us.And we will be became example 4 others!
    so,ANGATA APHAMMO MASICHUNE BILISIHAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    If u have any suggestion ,please send me mulunehtemesgen@yahoo.com
    mule zgreat from JU!

    Comment by Muluneh Temesgen — December 2, 2011 @ 6:52 am |Reply

  15. Hi,I am Sitota.I am a nursing student in Jimma university. I wish all the best 4 shinshicho.let we stand 4 the development of shinshicho. since, this is the correct time 2 us. I love shinshicho.

    Comment by sitota tesema — January 2, 2012 @ 7:32 am |Reply

  16. MY NAME IS RADIET TADELE
    I COME FROM SHINSHICHO
    AM STUDENT IN AAU/AAIT

    Comment by aschalewu — February 1, 2012 @ 2:56 am |Reply

  17. Hey, My name is Mesfin Bekele. I’m Sociology student in Hawassa University. i want to see short detailed information & recently uploaded photos of shinshicho town that must have to represt it.. Yours,Mesfin.

    Comment by Mesfin Bekele — February 28, 2012 @ 1:45 am |Reply

  18. Hi kambata’s community ,how are u? I wish all z best things to our community!!!
    But i haven’t gotten any informations and pnotos of shinshicho.why? z answer is to u & me. please,please,please ,please ,please,please stand to put at least some information for z next generation w/c is best example for others!!!!!

    Comment by muluneh temesgen f — July 8, 2012 @ 1:51 pm |Reply

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  22. Hi,I am Mesele Nune from Arbaminch University ECE student I love kambata peole .Kambaat osso qoxare

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