The orphanage is called Samalani Early Childhood
literally means looking after orphans, from newly born to toddlers.
They also would like to build a room, which could be used for
several purposes such as education on aids prevention, family
planning, meetings of parents so that they can discuss the evolution
of their community, etc.
feel particularly related to this project since it was organized by
12 ordinary people, 10 women and 1 man, who could no longer stand
the situation in their country and who bundled their forces to give
the orphans, who else would be doomed to die, a decent life.
What can we do for them?
can further construct the building, windows, kitchen with pots and
pans, furniture such as children’s beds, toys, etc.
The building is nearly finished, however, there is still a lot of
work such as the water supply and 2 more class rooms.
are on a regular basis informed on the progress of the Samalani
orphanage. In april there were 35 orphans in the unfinished
building and in August 88. The local people have a lot of
confidence in our work and also thanks to your support we could
continue constructing the building. Now the main goal is ensuring
the water supply, which should be handled on José’s next trip. More
information will follow upon her return.
There would also
be a henhouse so that the children could eat an egg on a regular