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Work on the new Primary School kitchen has begun!

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Following our success in The Big Give Christmas Challenge, our aim to build a kitchen and library at Msambweni Primary School can be realised.  Work has begun!  We will transform an old grey classroom into a busy, vibrant workspace.

World Coastline Clean Up Day

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Several sponsored children took part in the World Coastline Clean Up Day organised by Ocean Conservancy.  This group are setting off to do a beach clean up. The Kenyan NGO, Ocean Sole provided our t-shirts.

Base Titanium champions education

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Asia writing a letter to BT
We are delighted to receive the support of Base Titanium, Kwale Province. They are sponsoring 5 pupils. This generous community involvement gives each child the chance of a secure future.  Asia is pictured writing to BT.

You did it for Etatu!

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Banda in use, with smilesThank you for voting for us!  We came second & secured the grant from Better World Books. We will use the funds effectively & keep you all updated. Furnishings, books, a childrens’ corner, daily papers, will all be available, thanks to your support. Asante sana!

Eid gift

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Mililani Family, Eid 2015
At the end of Ramadhan, Bakari and Alfan visited a family in Mililani who we are helping. They offered them Eid greetings and a gift.

Summer Spa Day in June

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Flower arranging spa day 2015
Gill kindly & expertly organised a day with beauty & massage treatments, a zumba class, lunch, a raffle, a flower arranging demo & the opportunity to laze by the pool.  We are grateful for the hard work this entailed & to all those who attended; over £1300 was raised.

The joy of a solar light

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Mwanajuma and her solar light 2015
Mwanajuma enjoying the light given to her as part of her sponsorship.  Mwanajuma is a day pupil at Mwamzandi school.

‘Made in Somerset’

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A new event showcasing artisan arts and crafts, all designed and made in Somerset, raised over £1800.  30 stallholders took part in ‘Made in Somerset’ at the White Hart Inn in Somerton in May. We would like to thank all those who organised it, took part or visited.

Jacquie visits Camara

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In March, Jacquie visited Philip, Masoud and others at Camara, the enterprising agency in Mombasa.  Camara refurbishes computers, supplies them to schools and trains teachers and technicians in their use and maintenance.

A visit from Judy Lindgren

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Judy Lindgren helped set up the Orphans’ Programme in 2004 and has been its greatest supporter ever since, both in terms of funding and through her visits and encouragement.  She visited again in October.

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