Our outreach manager Risette De Haas, she teaches in the villages twice a week. She went to the Eco clubs on Monday with some of the new branded Daktari pens. So she decided to reward the children when they participate in class. Attached you can see some pictures of the kids who got a pen because of their good work.
They really enjoy it and are very proud. Jeremiah (eco club student) even said that he would write his exams with his Daktari pen.
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Thank you very much for your support toward the pens & bags for our children in the villages.
Ian and Michele Merrifield
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