Rondo Retreat Centre
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- Multilingual staff
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Today was one special day for CES at Ingotse Hospital. A very moving day for all of us.
We left (Malik,his wife,Sarah and Hannah and myself) Shyewe at 8am ,and after one hour of very bad roads we arrived at Ingotse . Many people waiting to receive eye care and free eye glasses.
These eye glasses were donated from Leonard in Ottawa and Josh ...
How do I put into words how my day has gone. So Many feelings and emotions.
Hannah and I are finding that the days are so full with so many emotions running through our minds that we are really exhausted. We end up in bed watching a movie by 7:30 and asleep before 9.
Today was Hannah's last day of teaching art at Bishop Sulumeti.She taught forms 1,2 and 3 (grades 9,10 and 11). The ...
Hope you all are fine back home in Canada. I am missing my family like crazy,but having Hannah here with me is so great. Showing her my love for this country and its people has been fantastic! She is learning so much about how CES works on the ground here in Kenya. Very proud of my baby girl!
Today we made 2 trips to country side. The first one was to set up for Tuesday. Last year people in Canada ...
Today was our final day in Mumias. We took a leisurely breakfast - with the weaver birds overhead - followed by a last visit to Booker Academy primary school. At Booker we managed to sit in some lessons - something we had planned to do for the time in Mumias, but as we always overran at New Light Academy we never managed it. Zach and Hugh went to sit in on a Maths lesson where scale drawings were ...
We arrived at church and enjoyed some more African worship, and again felt very warmly welcomed. There were 3 separate messages (pastor Wycliffe, Emma, Hugh). Pastor Wycliffe spoke and also led some singing, thankfully we weren't asked to do likewise! We had some bread and African tea, then started to say our goodbyes, which involved a lot of photo opportunities! We then went to Booker academy to play cricket with the boarders for the afternoon, accompanied by David and Jeff, the ...