Please click here to read the latest bulletin. And yes, it is for February, despite what the page claims!
Thank you, Lord, for those who are responsible for building new houses for destitute families: for Constance, the coordinator; for Mike, assistant and administrator; for Ena and Tony from Pretoria; for the hired builders. May you bless them as they are faithful to you. Please provide for Tony and Ena, as they wrestle with Tony’sContinue reading “A Prayer House-building Team”
The Ma. family: Gi. (24) and one-year old son, brother, Bo. (17), and twin sisters, No. and Le. (16). They had a wonderful last 6 months of the year after the intervention of the organization. This family was identified by our Marketing manager on our local community Facebook page, where he saw the picture ofContinue reading “Food Parcels: Using Facebook”
“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.”
“We ask you to bring lifestyle changes for good in the Masoyi community, particularly among the young. There are those who have had little or no adult input at home. May You bring blessing through the workers who visit orphaned and vulnerable children and young people in their homes; through workshops; through the peer educationContinue reading “A P: LIfestyle Changes”
“On 26th November, we hosted a graduation ceremony at K2 center for all our Peer educators from the four different high schools. We invited lot of motivational speakers and they all came; and we invited some of our stakeholders and they showed up too. In the morning, I thought it would be just a fiascoContinue reading “Peer Educators’ Graduation”
You may remember that last year a local music charity supplied the Youth Skills Centre, K3, with instruments and a teacher. They supplied another centre in Hazyview, north of Masoyi, in a similar way but it was not successful; so they have now re-located to K2, the Project’s main base. Here, literally hundreds of childrenContinue reading “Let’s make music!”
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We are funding a peer education programme in four of the secondary schools in Masoyi, and have had a report on some of the May activities. This is part of that report: One of the sessions conducted this month, we have conducted self-development big YES and big NO where our peer educators develop their selfContinue reading “Peer Education”