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... s and Vincent’s daughters and a few items were taken to a family that lives just down the street from Judy. A simple box of crayons makes a whole world of difference to some of these children. All some of them have is a tire tube to roll down a road. Thank you so much for helping me to fill 1 ½ suitcases worth of donations! I believe I can speak on behalf of all of us who took this journey that our lives have been enriched by the whole experience.
... facilitates each individual being offered a future off the street in addition to the prospect of reintegration into their families and society with the help of partner organisations. Iain spends most of his days mentoring the boys as well as planning for the next few months of the programme. This includes plans for the development of a vocational training school where street boys who have missed out on mainstream education can ...
It's 8pm here. Yesterday, June 30, we taught most of the day. In the morning, we presented to a group of teachers at the Tropical Primary School. They have mixed age groups all in one room and do not use the word "grades". Primary 1 is ages 4-5, Primary 2 is 8-11. I taught them about reading process and the importance of comprehension. Two new professors from Nebraska joined us for lunch on a dining deck ...
... leaked a bit with our guide and a guy operating the motor. We went up and down wide and narrow channels for several hours and did not find any shoebills. We did see a lot of other interesting birds and a lot of pretty water lilies. I enjoyed the boat ride through the marshes. But if you go, don't expect to see a shoebill as they are very rare and it is unlikely you will see ...
Since being at the hotel, we have met such a varied and generous group of people from all over the world. It is more of a charity and health workers hostel than a hotel. Not only are the staff genuinely friendly, the clientele are like no other. Last weekend, a group of American health care workers who have been working in mobile clinics in the villages left to go home. They had heard that we were midwives and gave us all there medical supplies to pass ...