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April was a month full of birthday celebrations and a birthday party for Geraldine, Dorcas & Aaron.
One of the favorite breakfast meals at the Dream Home is bread with a delicious mix of sardines and spaghetti. The kids wash this down with a hot cup of Lipton (or similar) tea.
A celebration was held to celebrate the Dream Home being open for one year.  It was a time to thank God, good neighbors, donors and workers for a year of dreaming again.
​Every year the Vickrays Community Primary School organizes a field trip as part of their school program.  This is done with the notion that “All work and no play, makes Jack a dull boy.” This acti
February brought visitors and gifts to the Dream Home children.  They each received a shoe box from SENT Ministry. In those boxes were bathing soap, tooth brushes and paste and other items.
In 2015, Develop Africa (the parent organization of the Dream Home) was in the top 20% ranking of partners on GlobalGiving in
Regina is one of 22 Ebola orphans that reside in the Dream Home and she celebrated her 2nd birthday this past week.
On Saturday the 9th of January the kids were blessed with a treat from Edwina and Yvette. This included a lunch treat at Francesca's in Brookfields and a trip to Family Kingdom (Lumley Beach).
The Kids at the Dream Again Home are often graced by the visit of special guests. Included are photos photos from:
Christel lives in Canada and was touched to hear that the children in the Dream Home have lost their parents. She made bracelets for them. The kids were delighted to receive them.
One of the challenges of supporting 22 orphans that reside in the Dream Home is providing nutritious meals. Nutritious meals are crucial for these children to grow up strong and be healthy adults.
We are deeply grateful to Pastors Vidal and Marie Cole for bringing smiles to the kids at the Dream Home, covering the costs of the Christmas party.
Develop Africa is deeply grateful for the support and partnership of like-minded organizations that are committed to making a difference in Africa.
At the Dream Home, we are encouraging and rewarding good behavior.
The Dream Home children are all smiles playing soccer from the new soccer supplies that were generously given to them.