Newsletter – June 2017

Newsletter – June 2017 Download the full newsletter Dear Friends Brr it’s cold outside. It got down to 2.9°C in Adelaide here in South Australia this morning. Although Mwandi is a much more tropical than Adelaide, it can get just as cold as the Adelaide in the morning. Imagine sleeping on a mud floor in that temperature without any coverings or warm pyjamas. And because of how hot it can get in Zambia the houses are...
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Latest Newsletter

Hi folks, 2017 is fast getting away from us; we can’t believe it’s April already! The Project held a Christmas Party for the children in December. Each child received a present and lollies. For some of the children this would have been their first Christmas party and the first time they received a present. It’s such a blessing to see the children so excited; ripping open their presents,...
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Help Katie continue her ministry at OVC!

Help Katie continue her ministry at OVC! We are all grateful to God for people like Katie, who are prepared to commit their lives in such an amazing and self-sacrificing way. To be able to continue to make this commitment, she also needs our support. Katie really needs people who are prepared to commit a weekly, fortnightly or monthly amount. It does not have to be large, but a consistent payment will give her the security she...
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Introducing Katie Wallis…

Introducing Katie Wallis… Hello, my name is Katie Wallis and I’m the new International Volunteer at The Project. I am 34-years-old and couldn’t be more excited to be having this adventure in Mwandi while all my friends back home (Australia) are busily getting married, having babies and buying houses! At 34, life for me looks nothing like I imagined it would, but I am happier than I ever thought possible. I...
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Merry Christmas!

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Current photos of Stores Construction at the Mwandi UCZ OVC Project

Current photos of Stores Construction at the Mwandi UCZ OVC Project
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Buy a blanket & keep an orphan warm this winter

Buy a blanket & keep an orphan warm this winter Mwandi Village is situated on the banks of the great Zambezi River, 150km west of Livingstone, the tourist capital of Zambia. The Mwandi Orphans & Vulnerable Children Project works with members of the Mwandi community to support, love, feed, educate and provide practical assistance to those children most in need. There are around 1990 orphans and vulnerable children who have lost one or...
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Rebuilding after the fire

Rebuilding after the fire Dear Friends Greetings from Mwandi. Can you believe it is December next week!!!  I cannot believe the year is already at an end.  Before we get madly involved in the Christmas rush at the project I wanted to write to everyone and firstly say thank you for all the help and support we have received from all around the world, and secondly to give you a brief update on where we are with the...
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Fire at Mwandi

Fire at Mwandi Dear Friends Greetings from Mwandi. The store room and its entire contents are completely destroyed. This includes all our food stuffs to feed the children, deep freezers, seeds and fertiliser, paint, tools and hardware, stationery, clothing and uniforms, blankets, mattresses, sports equipment, school support material and other recreational items. We have not been able to calculate fully the...
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4 weeks to go

Dear Friends, I hope that your well and having a good day. Lucy and I are currently in Australia getting all ready for the birth of baby Number 2. My blood pressure was getting quite high whilst I was in Mwandi so I came here to Port Lincoln a few weeks earlier than planned. At least my blood pressure is settled now and my health is good. Yesterday, I went for a scan and the baby is growing well...
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