The regular work of Kaliyangile has for some time, like in many other places, been interrupted by the pandemic and measures to cope safely with it. But work in the local community goes on, supporting many families and individuals living in poverty.
Persis the Centre manager writes: "To many, Kali is not just a project offering skills training but is a source of livelihood to a number of youths working in the farm.
For the community, milling maize cheaply saves a great deal of money enabling them provide a decent meal for their families.
Women too are very much participating. Weekly meetings to help young women with various hand skills like carpet making and knitting have kept the Centre vibrant and lively.
Together with your generous support and our efforts, we help change and shape the lives of youths in the community!"
Thank you for all your help and interest as we seek to redouble our efforts now that many of the government-imposed Covid restrictions are gone.
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