New Ambassador Hotel Harare
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... some of the donated eye equipment that we brought with us. They are very happy! We gather the group for a photo - and try to get them to smile (they don’t often smile in photos)!
Then, Erick, Luke and I walk into the pediatric ward. Erick surveys how many children vs. how many balls we have to give. Luke begins to hand them out. The parents are happy to receive the balls for their kids when the kids are too sick to take ...
... about an hour away for a treat at the end of our stay. I will then just have a few more days on the farm before packing up and heading to the airport. Things to be thankful for: That I have been able to see more of the country this time That we have stayed safe on the farm Please pray for: More rain on the farm One of the boys down at the children's home who's immune system is low and there is chicken pox in the home A good final week here in Zim before I head on to ...
... has been great to be more involved this time. Up until today I have been helping the boys down at the home with some school work to help them get ready for going back to school. They are all very behind so it has been good to be able to help them out with some English and Maths work. While being down at the home I have also spent time with the 'babies' (Daniel, 2, and Tatenda, 1) they are absolutely gorgeous and such fun, if not very exhausting to play with. The first day ...
... billboards and then you come to a typically grand, Victorian church! It’s CRAZY. On arrival to the community centre, I was really proud to see people taking initiative to do their own things to benefit the land. It was true community spirit. The Hydraform bricks were well underway, we had made altogether that day 1,600! The mothers of disabled children were slashing and clearing the land, and the boys in the village were digging the septic tanks and trenches for ...
... shoes and best meals. This is NOT poverty. When you see the hardship people are facing here you cannot understand what keeps these people motivated. With no money, jobs or way out of that class how can they leave this awful way of life.
In 2010, 9 years later the charity was finally registered in the UK. Martha and Dave worked incredibly hard to do this, starting off with very little trustees and hardly any funding. They have never earned an income ...
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