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Apr 22, 2019

Treating stray puppies

Treating pets
Treating pets

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your generous support to our project preventing the cruelty of animals. Most of dogs in remote barrios are not kept in the homes but roam around the area. They serve as guard for the farm and homes but one negative effect is that with time, they are just left unattended and lack food or general care. They also mate frequently and unsupervised so the result is that there are just too many dogs roaming around. In the past, people eat dog meat but not anymore at present because of fear of diseases so this situation. This reporting period we were able to treat 75 stray puppies and we are happy to note that all of them are doing well.

Again thank you very much for your help.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

Apr 22, 2019

Celebrating a birthday

Sumptuous meal
Sumptuous meal

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for supporting our project providing happy meals to children and their families. Most often children of poor families here seldom experience eating delicious food and be content only with some dried fish or salted fish and some vegetables that sometimes are bland to the taste, without the benefit of spices and condiments which are also expensive. This reporting period we selected some families and provided them with a treat to a favorite restaurant. This is especially during birthday celebrations of children. Feedback shows that these experience remain among children for a long time so we are very happy about this. During this period, we are able to assist 5 birthday celebrants and treat them to a sumptuous meal.

Hoping for your continuing help.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

Mar 19, 2019

Promoting gardening as livelihood

Gardening as livelihood
Gardening as livelihood

Dear Friend,

Warm greetings and thank you very much for your support to our project providing on-farm livelihoods for girls. Girls in the rural areas sometimes have free time which is not used productively and this often leads to gossiping and gallivanting. We introduced vegetable gardening to them and using their own resources with our inputs comprising already grown vegetable seedlings. We found out that when we provided them with vegetable seeds, the seeds are too tiny and planting them is difficult. There is also technology how to grow seeds with high rate of germintation. We were able to provide seeds comprising ladys fingers, tomato, eggplant, radish, cabbage and bittergourd to 20 participants in this manner. This will be pilot test which we plan to replicate when we are successful.

Hoping for your continuing support.

Very sincerely yours,

Michelle

 
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