“Thank you for the new house that was completed in December, and the one nearing completion now. Thank you that two more families have safe, secure housing. Please provide extra funds so that more families can be re-housed in 2017.”
“Please protect the children and young people cared for by the Project: protect them from theft, abuse and physical violation. We pray particularly for those living in unsafe, insecure housing.”
This is the support group in Mthimba, which is facilitated by Florah, one of our patient care workers. We had 53 clients that attended. We have support groups in all the seven areas where we operate.
Lorencia, one of the Patient Care team members, happened to see Q. emerging from a pile of corrigated iron after visiting a patient at Jerusalem. She asked the driver to stop so that they could inquire more about the lady. They found out that Q. seemed to suffering from depression, because of the things sheContinue reading “A Happy Meeting”
We have been providing food parcels to the M. family for a while now: P., 19, and her baby, C.; S., 10; and P., 9 – all girls. Sellinah, their care worker writes: “Upon the food delivery, I found P. at the house. S. and P. were still at school. I found that the waterContinue reading “Rain is good – leaking house is bad!”
Constance is a house-building assistant at the Project. She herself had been a destitute child who had been rescued by the Project. S. and her children were waiting for a new house to be built for them, when her youngest son had pneumonia and died after a short illness. “S. is currently safe and sheContinue reading “An Act of Kindness”
G., the eldest, is 23, and is in ABET(Adult Basic Education And Training) school. She has a daughter. Her brother B. is 21, and is in Grade 11. N., the next sister, is 17, and is Grade 10; and the youngest girl is L., who is 9, and is currently in Grade 3. They liveContinue reading “Supporting vulnerable children”
S. is an 18 year old orphaned girl who was abandoned by her mother at her mother’s friend’s house without saying where she was going and when she was coming back. When her mom abandoned her S. was only a 2 years old minor with no other known relatives. All was well for S. afterContinue reading “How could you do this?”