Easter is approaching and is celebrated by christians in Africa just like in every other country. Easter not only speaks about resurrection and freedom, but also about our responsibility for the world we share.
Kids of Africa, too, seeks to assume its share of this responsibility. Because every day, more than 3’000 impoverished people are fleeing from South-Sudan across the Ugandan border. When we travelled to some of these desperate communities, we decided to plant a mustard-seed of hope, especially for the next generation. Because education and sustainable farming practices could save many lives and prevent famine and migration. That’s why we chose to develop satellite project in this fragile region. Together with a hopeful village-community, who lost 57 lives when ambushed by bandits some years ago, we want to open a new chapter. Your support remains vital to this. The gratitude it earns goes beyond these lines. To see how it works, watch this short explanation, offered by one of our fosterlings.
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With cordial regards, your
Ihr Burkhard Varnholt