Work has recommenced on the HOTPEC ORPHANAGE DORMITORY PROJECT site in Buea in Cameroon. The material bought include cement and iron rods mainly. The workers seen on the picture are cutting the rods to fortify the walls. Cleaning on the site has equally taken place in preparedness for continuation of the project from the foundation level. The children themselves keep coming around and wanting to help where possible so that their home becomes a reality in the nearest future. They hope to go out of their tide building into their personal space. The rains are also not yet pouring. This gives a good working environment around now. Mr. Joseph Tabot from Britain and one of our big contributors during the GlobalGiving competition is in Cameroon to see for himself the work that is going on. Thanks to GlobalGiving, work can commence again on the HOTPEC ORPHANAGE DORMITORY PROJECT and the children can be hopeful again!
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