'Hello' from these young people who are needing dresses and shorts! Also little bags with a small note pad, a pencil, sharpener and eraser would be a welcome gift!
I know that you wonderful volunteers will take up your needles and scissors again for these lovely children!
We are taking with our USA counterparts to establish links to the DRCCongo where these children live. It will take time and if anyone knows of someone who is visiting the area please let us know!! The links are so very important. DAG - USA have been there but it was some time ago and we hope that we can help soon(ish!)
A couple more photos are on the gallery
Thanks for reading
A note from Alice who took dresses and more to Tuleeni.
We did it! And managed to take over the dresses and hand them out before we left.
So far here are the photos I have of some girls at Tuleeni Orphanage in your beautiful dresses!
A huge thank you from Tuleeni and Neema International for the dresses Mandy was over the moon to receive them and so were the girls! What you do is amazing and I hope you get to do this and see these smiles for yourself in these areas of the world one day if you haven't already!
The re-usable sanitary pads you donated I gave to another local charity called Pamoja Tunaweza (means together we can in swahili) women's helath centre in Moshi too. A young girl call Nicola recived them and was also very grateful for the pads and pants, they will help 8 women in making sure they can continue to work, go to school and not feel embarrassed whilst on their period.