Attention All Book Lovers! Champions

July 9, 2020     A story worth sharing  “…Reg and I listened with rapt attention as she described these tragic cases. At the time we had no idea how important they would become to us. We had been hired...
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Hens for Hamlin Champions

9 July, 2020     Two women knitting, 57 life-changing surgeries.  Since 2014, Denise Pratt and her mother Thelma have knitted an array of items – from chickens to children’s socks – to raise money for the Catherine Hamlin Fistula...
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Thank You to Our Regular Givers, You Are Amazing! Champions

6 July, 2020     You are helping to change lives every day. Your monthly donations provide Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia with a reliable and sustainable income which helps us plan well into the future and that means the world. You...
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As a Health Care Worker, Woman and Mother… Champions

6 July, 2020     Here’s why Hamlin regular giver Maggie Robin supports the work of Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia… I first heard about Dr Catherine Hamlin many years ago from my Godmother. She had seen Dr Hamlin speak in person...
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Regular givers like Jane make the world go round! Champions

March 27, 2020   We caught up with long-standing Hamlin supporter Jane about why she supports Catherine Hamlin Fistula Foundation through regular donations. Thank you to Jane and to all of our Hamlin regular givers who are the backbone of...
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Empowering women with birdsnest Champions

March 11, 2020   We are thrilled to announce an exciting collaboration with birdsnest! birdsnest, one of Australia’s favourite fashion retailers, is stocking Hamlin’s stunning range of Fair Trade scarves and patient-made wraps. Like us, birdsnest make it their daily...
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Would I go again? In a heartbeat! Champions

March 3, 2020   The Hamlin Ethiopian Adventure is the trip of a lifetime and one not easily forgotten, but don’t take our word for it. Hear from Liz, a participant on our November 2019 trip to Northern Ethiopia.    My...
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Hamlin Art Exhibition by Wendy Sharpe Champions

March 2, 2020   During November 2019, in the outskirts of Addis Ababa, nestled in a hive of activity and laughter, renowned Australian artist Wendy Sharpe created a series of stunning portraits, telling stories of some of the most marginalised...
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