He uses the power of crying instead of asking for food. He always cries for Food! Food! Food! Food!
Thank you to all who have donated to this worthwhile project.
Your generosity is helping to change the current conditions and helping to build a better future for the South Sudanese families living in Omdrumann, Sudan.
Your support to this need also helps provide food, medicines, monthly rent, and access to education, helping these children and their families to get out from the cycle of poverty.
The situations for Ms. Alai’s family is improving from this day to the next day with happiness. She is thinking of returning to South Sudan.
We have recently included six new families to receive basic need supports from “Bring Hope to a Destitude Family in North Sudan project” The youngest recipient is Baba Baby. The mother is too young to provide for him.
Alai is a positive, kind, and trustworthy woman! She remains positive about their future. She has skills in a running a petty income generation business she intends to set-up in Juba when she returns one day.
This report is sent from Khartoum on September 3 2011.
Thanks to our donors! Thanks to GlobalGiving for sharing our project with kind people! Without YOU - Hope Ofiriha will not be able to help Alai’s family and six new families we have included in this project.
In the next 3 months new updates will be posted, and we will also report on how your contributions are impacting the lives of the families we are supporting.
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