The children were excited to visit with the head of Develop Africa, Sylvester Renner in July.
The Dream Home children were thrilled to go to summer camp and had a wonderful time. The children have been motivated by other kids at the camp that were speaking English and they too want to speak good English. They were also inspired to take their academic work seriously. The Dream Home kids want to extend their profound gratitude to Develop Africa for making the camp a possibility.
The Dream Home children range from 2-17 years old and we had no medical records for any of them or any idea what immunizations they had or what they needed. Thanks to your contributions we have been able to start providing the needed immunizations. We have created medical records for each of the 22 children that live in the Dream Home. Having documented accurate medical records will help these children to grow up healthy and strong. Your support helped cover some of the costs of tests, doctor fees, travel to appointments and recommended medications. Your support is helping these deserving...
On June 16, 2016, the kids were excitedly dressed in their African attire donated to them by workers and volunteers of Dream Home. The kids went to school in the morning to attend their school's Day of the African Child celebration. They were there till late afternoon. When they came back they enjoyed a treat with drinks and food provided by visiting Pastor Faith. There was music and dancing to make the day special for the kids. Special thanks to the Dream Home workers, volunteers and Pastor Faith.
April was a month full of birthday celebrations and a birthday party for Geraldine, Dorcas & Aaron. Geraldine's birthday was April 25th, Dorcas's birthday was April 18th and Aaron's was on April 12th. All of the Dream Home children enjoyed celebrating the birthdays.