Dear Donors and friends of CAPEC,
The school academic year, 2011/2012 is off to a great start for the kids of the Bitame Lucia school and the Nkolfoulou Community as a whole. Your constant donation, support and encouragement have taken us to another level. For this we say, “A Big THANK YOU.” This year, we were able to admit 60 more orphan kids and two refugee kids from Rwanda. The children had bright and shinning new uniforms, new sandals, new books, and a lot of school materials and toys. Our teachers are very eager to work and continue to be very punctual at school. This is because they also had their stipend provided on time - and that encourages them. All this is possible because of your constant support. This academic year, we have three energetic, dynamic and committed volunteers - Katie Richards from UK, (who is teaching Class 2), Katharina Herger from Germany, (who is teaching Nursery II and also helping at the office), Carolin Laubree from Estonia (who is teaching Nursery 1 and also help to make some postcards for Christmas). Each and everyone of you who support our project on GlobalGiving are a blessing to us. We’re somebody today because you care to share what you have with us. We pray that, as we go through the struggle and challenges of this academic year, you will constantly be by our side to support and encourage us. As the children increases, the challenges becomes bigger, the demand becomes more. But we know with your support, we are going to reach the peak.
Thank you for investing in CAPEC School. The kids are inspired and the teachers feel deeply encouraged. Please continue helping us, support them, and give them a way to achieve their dreams. Your donations are making real change happen. Thanks again for your continual support!
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