LADIES IN ACTION AT WORK 2011

August 28, 2011 at 7:59 am 3 comments

The year has been a busy one. Most of our volunteers have returned to their home countries and Tobias Kadongo retired. Chotu and Nejla have been handling the work together. Chotu doing most of the field work alone or with help of donors.

We have slowed down on deworming due to lack of man power but during the last three months almost 7000 children have been de-wormed and six schools received 728 mugs and 7 large cooking pots (sufurias)

Food distribution has been very successful with various donors giving away generously.

In June, we had the daughter and son-in-law of Mr and Mrs. Morzeria who gave to 100 old people at Sarafina’s home.

Above: Bharti  from India at Kit Mikay  and Hiraben Primary School

Below: Lataben Shah and family members also at Kit Mikay and Hiraben Primary School

Mrs Hayer who is our regular donor has been most generous and donated more then ten items:

The Dhokia family also donated food and other items at Kombeya Chief’s camp while Saliesh Shah gave 525 packets of milk for school children in Rabour district. Mr Jayvantbhai who is also our regular donar gave away  maize meal; salt; matches and cooking fat to 120 old people at Kombeya Chief’s camp.

 

Maize Meal for Arise and Shine Orphanage:

Thank you very much to all the continued support we receive to keep reaching out to so many need people.

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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Elodie  |  August 29, 2011 at 10:44 am

    Well done for all this work !

    Reply
  • 2. KEPHAS ODHIAMBO  |  January 4, 2012 at 10:23 am

    I am pleased with the work you are doing . Please keep it up and if possible spread your wings to a larger area.

    I am a Labour officer and during my free time I take part in Charity work. Yesterday I was distributing some sanitary pads to poor pupils in Homa Bay District and indeed, i was impressed to serve the poor.

    KEPHAS – KISUMU

    Reply
  • 3. WILLIAM ATEMI  |  March 1, 2012 at 1:24 pm

    Thank you for high school sponsorship.I got B- and wish futher sponsorship in university so as to help the org.in future

    Reply

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