Construction is progressing well on the mini-boystown site in the country in Burundi
Construction is progressing rapidly on several projects in Sierra Leone. At the Kondie Farm School, the buildings are taking shape. At the Newton Amputee Camp, we are digging the foundations for the orphanage. With the starting of the orphanage in Newton and a school, the news of these projects bring smiles to many who have […]
212 students in Sierra Leone are currently on scholarship: Kenema 25 Bo 20 Kono 20 Newton 17 Benguema 2 Lungi Amputee Camp 2 Lungi 6 Bo Amputee Camp 4 Kenema Amputee Camp 4 Makeni Amputee Camp 3 Kondie Farm School 43 Waterloo 10 Grafton, Pentagon, Kamayama, 46 Here are some of their pictures: One of […]
We have seen much progress in the construction of schools in Sierra Leone: At the Kondie Farm School, students are an active part of the construction process. In order to cut down on costs, students are helping to carry sand, blocks and cement on their heads about one mile up to the building site 152 […]
Our 2012 Focus Projects in Sierra Leone are as follows: –Newton Amputee Camp: Construct an orphanage, start a school for the orphans, and raise funds to pay teachers -Complete the building project at the Kondie Farm School -Provide scholarships for needy students -Dig two wells: one in Kono and one in Soja Town/Waterloo -Dig […]
Touch the Nations is now extending support to vulnerable people in Ethiopia. Monthly support of $40 can be directed to: A Widows & Orphans Home An Ethiopian Guardian Family who will take in orphaned children A Single Parent Family on the verge of collapse due to loss of parent, disease, poverty
We have paid some scholarships yesterday for Kono school. This year we want to a dig water well in Kono and make benches and desks for some schools. This is a diamond rich area, but poverty is so great here.
In 2009, Touch the Nations sent $48,000 to Africa. In 2011, we sent $65,000. Thanks to everyone who contributed!!!
SCHOOL BUILDING PROJECT AT THE KONDIE FARM SCHOOL All the retaining walls will be completed and blocks will added to the foundation afterwards. Extra sand, iron rocks, cement, and stones have been purchased for the next phase of the project. ORPHANAGE AT NEWTON AMPUTEE CAMP More than 1700 blocks have been molded for the orphanage […]
Suzanne in Burundi writes: “Thank you for all your wonderful support. Touch the Nations has been used as an instrument to take the shame off many vulnerable people in Burundi. It is really a gift to encourage us at the beginning of the year. Two of the orphan girls were very sick. Esther had malaria […]