Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Africa

Ethiopian civil war: Hong Kong pair trek to raise funds for victims, while their neighbours with adopted son from Tigray shield him from the conflict’s horrors

  • Tigray in northern Ethiopia is mired in a conflict with the federal government which has seen thousands of people killed and millions displaced
  • ‘We are very concerned for all the people,’ says the mother of a boy adopted from Tigray. Two of the family’s neighbours walked 45km to raise funds for relief

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Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Karen Arndt (left) and Chris Prosper, with their 10-year-old son, who was adopted from Ethiopia’s Tigray region, look through their photo album, in their home in Shek O. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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