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 Children's Home open
the James Murray Children's home was formally opened on the 1st October. Housing 14 girls aged 8 to 15 who were made homeless in March and since then have been at risk of mistreatment. They are now safely living in the home with house parents Felix and Mercy and a level of security, including electric lighting, that we hope will give them a secure future.

The 14 girls with Mercy and Felix, the married couple who are the house parents for the home.

the only bit of the security left is the replacement of part of the fence which has disintegrated. Longer term, we hope to plant a "living fence" of thorn bushes so we will not have to replace the replacements.

In the summer, school teacher Natalia Kulakowski visited the school. she is writing an account of her visit for he website and we will publishing that soon along with photos of her visit.

You can now donate to Aid2Africa by text from your mobile phone.
To make a donation now just text

AIDA11 2
  to 70070

It's quick and easy! amounts of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 10can be donated this way - please try it, even if only with a 1 donation.
1 would pay for 2 metres of replacement fencing.

texting AIDA11 5  to 70070 will give the full 5 to Aid2Africa


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opening with a prayers from Maurice

some of the bedrooms

there are 5 bedrooms, 2 sleeping 4 girls and 3 with 2 girls. There is a living room and a wash room. a separate toilet block has also been built for them. It is next to the school kitchen and well.

Millicent is in grade 6 she said "I am very happy to be in the new home. God is good who made it for us. thank you all of you."

Thank you for your support of our work in Africa. If you have any questions about our work check out the website and email us with any unanswered questions

Peter and Edwina Wrigley, Roger and Janine Dunster