Monthly Archives: August 2013

Young Ones Colouring in the Evening

Art is a subject that most children here, particularly very disadvantaged ones have rarely had a chance to do. In the evenings after dinner, we now have lights, thanks to your kind support and our generator. Below the young ones … Continue reading

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Working Together is Fun

We had some nice new desks made. It was fun as each class who received them had a chance to chip in and sand them to make them smooth and to bring out the grain. As soon as exams finish, … Continue reading

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Funny Animals

Since I’m from Australia, a sheep usually conjures up an image of an amazingly fluffy white merino. Sheep here though are a whole different animal–with floppy ears and very fat tails! Goats on the other hand, aren’t at all rare … Continue reading

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Our Nursery Starting to be Transplanted

A couple glimpses of some of our nursery beds. After school most afternoons, a class at a time cross the road to our farm, to help in weeding, transplanting the nursery and digging. Our kids are used to farming and … Continue reading

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