Visit Learn Amharic, a Web site and community dedicated to learning Amharic, Ethiopia’s official language. If you are interested in learning Amharic,contact us for more information, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also fill out this form if you are interested in taking Amharic classes (Amharic Registration Form). If you were or are currently a registered student with us, please click and fill out the Amharic student survey (we are more than happy to hear your feedback). You can find the Amharic books on amazon.com, here are a listing of the books:
Amharic Ethiopian Script New Edition: Laqech New Edition (Volume 2) by Zewditu Fesseha and Fesseha
Amharic Ethiopian Script Book Two by Zewditu Fesseha
axestochey: My aunts by Zewditu Fesseha
Grandma in Africa by Zewditu Fesseha
Quter/numbers: quter numbers in Amharic by MS Zewditu Fesseha
VISIT HERE FOR A FULL LISTING OF BOOKS (https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=zewditu+Fesseha) OR GOOGLE ZEWDITU FESSEHA FOR OTHER BOOKS
First, We would like to welcome and thank you for reaching this section of our page. We are people whose dreams and aspirations to have a Family center for all to see people come together in peace for mutual benefit and understanding. This is something we are very passionate about, as I love and strive to help and see people living together in peace.
For several years, ESAC has hosted Cultural Exchange and Family Day events which catered to focus on our friends and Ethiopian Adoptive Families. This means a great deal to us, for it is imperative that these children reconnect to their origin, not only to them but of mankind, as Ethiopia is regarded as the cradle of civilization. Such an event is essential as this prevents the children from losing that sense of who they are. It also allows the parents to know more about Ethiopia, her language, history, and culture.
We envision a future where the awareness of Ethiopian culture is fully present for people of all ages. I would be able to not only teach but share the language and culture, as we have in possession many self-teaching Amharic books available of which I am the author. We would be able to not only keep classes but show historical and cultural footage of the land as well. Please bear in mind this center will most definitely be for the public.
Thank you so much in advance helping the effort.
Donations can be sent on our website or on our GoFundMe Page:
If you are sending check, it can be sent to: ESAC P.O. Box 91 Bronx, NY 10741
ESAC wishes all Mothers, a very happy and peaceful Mothers’ Day. Peace to the World!!
New York, NY (January 5, 2015) — As ESAC prepares its African Cultural Tour in Summer of 2016. The African Cultural Tour will take place in Ghana & Ethiopia. The itinerary is now currently available for those interested in traveling. By February 5th, 2016, travelers need to pay their first installment (5 monthly installments) or pay at once ($100 is needed to reserve or hold the space). Please contact ESAC at email@example.com if interested. For more information, please go to the Travel Join 2016 tab.
Pictures taken in Gonder and Lalibela in Ethiopia (2009) by ESAC
New York, NY (December 13th, 2015) — ESAC (Ethiopian Social Assistance Committee) premieres its African Cultural Tour that is projected to start its travel tour in Summer 2016. We are currently accepting applications for those who may be interested in learning about Africa’s rich history and would like to visit areas in Ethiopia and Ghana. We have more information regarding tour information at: https://esacnyc.com/travel/ or click on our ‘Travel Join us 2016 Ethiopian trip’tab.
Happy Holidays and happy travels!
Scenic pictures taken in a previous tour to Ethiopia by ESAC founder/chairperson