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I would like to congratulate Dr. Wordofa for his tremendous work in Russia with refugees, kids and people in need. I know him personaly and I consider his work essential.
I not only enjoyed this article but appreciated learning more about the good work of Dr. Wordofa and the Opora project. Kindness and generosity is being extended to those in need to help ease their burden. Moscow will bear the fruit of these charitable acts.
Thank you Dr. Wordofa and OPORA for your amazing work. These type of activities are needed everywhere in the world and Moscow/Russia is lucky to have a person like Dr. Wordofa working there. Your actions have made a huge impact in the lives of many people. Articles like this are appreciated as they show the good in people, inspire people and remind us what is truly important. Thank you Russia Today.
An important story showing the excellent work and big hearts of all the organizers and volunteers and the wonderful interaction and social event for the community. May OPORA continue to be a shining example of energy needed and the courage to act in overcoming the problems vulnerable groups face in Russia. May this article serve as inspiration for more future stories like this.
This is a nice touching story about efforts to make a change and difference. The continued excellent work of Dr. Wordofa and Opora should be lauded and supported as there is a demonstrated need for this kind of work and assistance for marginalised and vulnerable groups coming to Russia either as a final destination or in transition.
Thank you OPORA for looking after the voiceless. I am proud of Dr. Wordofa's vision and continous effort to address the issues of Refugees. God Bless You!!!!
Thank you Russia Today for introducing the marvellous charitable activities of Dr. Giza. Helping the marginalized sections of humanity is a noble thing to do. More so when we give a lending hand to refugees who do not have anywhere to go and lead their lives in a continous state of worry and hopelessness. Keep up the good work in Moscow my friend. May God be with you in whatever you are doing to support the marginalized in that country!
Thank you Dr Gezahgn Wordofa,
I am so glad to see that there is some help for those who are in such dire need,pls if you need help let me know
happy new year .
I am continually impressed and inspired by the work Dr. Wordofa does with Opora, servicing the refugees of Moscow. He is a truly remarkable individual with enough drive and stamina to effect great and lasting change in the lives of the less fortunate. He simply needs our support in his endeavors and there's virtually no saying what this man could do to serve humanity. Thank you Russia Today for publishing this inspirational story. I look forward to reading many more of a similar vein. Great work Geza, thank you for all you do.
It is so astonishing and special behavioural endowment in devoting yourself helping the most disadvantaged section of a community. I have to be honest to you in expressing my feeling and forwarding my own personal evaluation on your relentless effort in the process of organizing and assisting immigrants in Moscow in particular and in the Russian Federation in general. Further, I can say only one, Dr Gezahegn, you are a unique persoon with a unique heart to any person. God bless you and your beloved family. We will be always with you in supporting spiritually and materially in all your efforts.
What a great effort and accomplishment. It is not about the quality or the quantity, the idea it self is a blessing. Let god bless all your work and those whom you trying to help. No matter where you live, in any corner of this earth there is some one less fortunate than other ,and god sends people like you to do his work.
If you need any help you can count on me. Peace .
Dear Friends: the video was great, it was so nice seeing our friend doing so much good as usual for the children in Moscow. I thought that you were in Africa now, but you are still serving the needs in Russia, that is great. It was such a great feeling helping those in need while I was at the embassy, I am so glad to see that there is some help for those who are in such dire need. Will call you soon, cheers, max and bob
What a nice story.I admire your effort, thinking of the needy is always a blessing.
Dr Gezahgn wordofa We thank you for your kindness , Mary Christmas my brother and keep up the good work.Let god bless what you do and your family,Peace.
To all the participants of this organization (OPORA), and specialy to the GD Mr Wordofa Gezahgn, BIG THANK for all the work and endeavours for helping refugees in RF! Happy new year...
Russia Today TV you are doing a great job thank you very much have a nice holiday and happy New Year
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