Follow the story of the N4BW Volunteer Margaret Cleary
Monday 9th January
Recently of the effects of a thunder and lightening storm has on structures and homes in Sitima parish. Some homes made of locally made bricks were blown or washed to the ground . This is the result it had on one of our churches.
Women dressed for Christmas and enjoying the dancing and music within the church. This is in stark contract to the WFP tent directly outside of the church. However not everyone receive maize from these tents as the area they cover is vast and not all areas are covered. This is why N4BW donate to feed the hungry of Sitima.
Monday 12th December
Thanks to your kind donations some people are now able to access maize. When they do, what you see in the next few slides is the normal procedure. This boy cycles miles or a women walks miles to the mill often carrying a baby on her back and a big bag of maize on her head so that the grain can be ground into flour so the family can eat food other than mangos.
Even though these people have nothing they still chipped in a few pennies every week in order to present this live goat to Fr Owen for all his kindness he has shown to these people over the last two years. They get so much joy from giving. I am sure he will give some maize to these people bought from your kind donation