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Ziway Ethiopia with Food for the Hungry: Part 1

This video documents a visit to Ziway, Ethiopia by members of the band, Willet. The band works with Food for the Hungry, a Phoenix, Arizona based Christian relief and development organization.
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filmmaker: Tim Frakes Productions

country: Ethiopia

channel: music

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