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We are grateful to God for watching over us and providing for us,and  are thankful to Develop Africa and all of the donors for your generous contribution to keep the dream alive in so many lives.
In this video Aisha, an orphan at the Dream Home for Ebola orphans says thanks for the support. She explains that they are well fed and are have resumed school. 
We want to thank God for a month of mixed blessings. The kids started attending the after school lessons and enjoyed their first couple of weeks back in school.
We summarized information about the Dream Home in a 
The Dream Home Orphanage is a happier place! The children are elated because of the gifts they have received and we are, too!
A donor in Freetown has generously provided a range of grocery items and covered feeding costs for a day.  
Under the Leadership of Pastor Vidal Cole, Nazarene Compassionate Ministry Donated Rice to the Develop Africa Dream Home.  The rice is a special formula consisting of the following:
A house is not a home until the bare walls have been dressed with remnants of the heart. The children's hearts were filled as they beautified each room to suit their passions, dreams and memories.
"No one lights a lamp and puts it in a place where it will be hidden... Instead they put it on its stand, so that those who come in may see the light." -Luke 11:33 
The gifts were generously donated by SENT MINISTRIES. Each box had assorted items for children,like toys,soap,caps,bal and dolls.
No child ever dreams of being insignificant. Education is a key that unlocks the door to the unimaginable. In the classrooms are future doctors, lawyers, teachers and government officials.
Freetown, Sierra Leone experiences very heavy rainfall, between 118 to 169 inches a year.
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19 children have taken residence so far in Develop Africa's Dream Home – an orphanage for confirmed Ebola orphans.
Raising and taking care of kids, as you realize, is not s simple task.  The proverb says "It takes a village to raise a child".