Friday, September 26, 2014

All is Happening at Village of Hope!!

Another  month of business for the busy VILLAGE ,Children in their third week of Third Term and some are through with their Begining of Term Exams. Candidates (P7,S4) only have 4:1weeks  respectively to down National Exams, revising tirelessly and they also need our prayers for better Grades.
Mothers are fine and in good healthy busy with their daily routines and all thier children are at School. From the board meeting ,a recomendation for guidance and counselling  from all people concerned is still being implemented, Luke and I hold Saturday boys' talks to help them growup positive society impacting MEN.
Village of Hope has embarked on its project of producing its own safe clean water for the Village  and community use.From Borehole drilling ,testing water quality, Tank stand building,Raising 2 big Tanks, AND NOW on digging pipeline trenches, Installing Solar panel holder on which the Panels will be placed to
capture solar power to run the pump and then get water in every point....Innovation Africa is the company to make this happen.
Micro-enterprises of Village of Hope are operating smoothly. We have a brand new addition of a cross breed bull bought from the extra savings made from Farm Income, this will be able to serve the cows in 5 months time. Our 100 Krouiler birds are now a month and 2weeks old and in good condition.Thanks to all our sponsors of these micro enterprises.
On the sad note, on 10-09-2014 our beloved partners Home of Hope(Home for the Disabled) lost a boy (Derrick) son of Aunt Edith one who started the Home  and again yesterday Moses one of the children also died. Home of Hope people need comfort in these trying moments.
Again We thank Hope Builders for the good work being Done to build Hope in Children and Widows.
ready for School

final finishing s on tankstand

pipe connections installed

p.v.c pipes on site already

strong tall pipe to hold solar panels

new bull on the Farm

board members praying for children

during Derricks funeral rites

trenches for the pipes

in a general meeting

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