Happy Birthday Precious!
A cake was bought for the occasion
During that time we have seen so many changes at Precious, as it has gone from strength to strength:
Lunch and breakfast feeding scheme. Until these were set up the children would go the whole day without food. Now they receive two nutritious meals a day. Energy levels have risen dramatically and fewer children are absent due to illness.
Text books in the classrooms. Instead of one to two text books per class, we are average one book between two children, sometimes one per child!
Doors on the classrooms. This not only keeps the children in the classroom but also keeps the noise out!
Standard 6 with their new classroom door
On behalf of everyone at Precious and the Mombasa staff team, we would like to say a huge thank you to all our past and current volunteers and donors for having made this past year such a successful one for Precious.
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