In this amazing video, Joel arrives in Ethiopia and immediately heads out for Harar, where he feeds hyenas, makes friends with camels, and meets the local Deaf people. In a nearby town, he has the opportunity to meet the Ethiopian Deaf children in their school. Check out this unique video, full of exotic animals and friendly people! (captioned)

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  • Camel must loves you so much! Deaf children at school is the BEST part of this film. It made my day shine. Thank you to Joel.

  • Wow wonderful to show this programme you make me impact and enjoyable. Watch it
    Big Thankyou for support

    Royce frm New Zealand

  • Wow, Lovely thank you so much for your video show. Where I was bron in Zambia in East Africa in wild farm life. I wish love to go back see where is my home in there. You are very brave go there. Be careful. My dear & blessing you.

  • I was thrilled to watch this video! Deaf children in Ethiopia are wonderful!!! Joel, I thought you will buy camel to bring it to DeafNation Expo! Ha Ha

  • Wow Really I am enjoyed watch on tv in Ethiopain.. I liked this very much. Because I was born in Addisababa (Ethiopian) I am missed alway this my Country… I am Expressed and thanks for visit and film from American Joel Barish. Appriecate with it.

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  • I pleasantly watched your action on a video camera that you talked with deaf people in Ethiopia. I never went there
    but it would help me to be aware of their country from your video camera. I learned that deaf Ethiopian people using signs that were quite different from the myth of American Sign Language. I know your signs are professional as a translator for ASL. Joel, thank you for efforts on translating their cultural signs to your better ASL. Good job.

Joel Barish

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