Last week, we had a wonderful time accompanying the children of Dayspring to the amusement park. It was a lot of fun, with two laps on the carousel and popcorn for all.
It was nice for the children to experience a change of scenery for the evening.
Currently, we are making animated readings in English for the children. We are using arts and crafts materials to make a few, little shows for them. It is not enough, but it is a beginning.
In our belief, it is not enough just to feed and care for the children; it is also important to teach them and keep them entertained… smiles are a cure.
One of the hens, purchased with donation money, had a fever. Unfortunately, the other seven hens caught the fever and died within a week. Now, we have to restart the hen-house all over again.
Eggs are a very important source of protein, which is useful to our children’s immune system.
At this time, not much fruit is growing on our farm, so, we have to purchase it from the market in order to provide the children with the vitamins and minerals they need. Please do not forget, these are our best friends in the fight against TB.
We bought supplies for the cleaning of the home and children: sponges, detergents, etc. Especially now that it is very hot, the spread of germs and bacteria increase.
With great hope,
A Greeting from Dayspring Home
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