These first pictures are from the Good Neighbours project in Theta – a very poor community North of Nairobi. Good Neighbours is both the church and the Grassroots Partner organisation that runs the child sponsorship scheme in the community. They also run Judah Excellence Primary School where many of the children learn. Each morning, during […]
Evening all, Freddie and Adam here on the decks, hello to all the fans (our families) Adam: This morning was no different with the boys waking up to an overwhelming amount of dew on the outside of the tents, this made exiting the tent an undesirable activity often ending in disaster with wet clothes before […]
Hello parents!! So we’ve been here 5 days now and have all settled in nicely… It’s Holly (Jones) here (Hey fam I miss you but not told much and I’m having a great time) Today we split into 3 groups and all did different things as the start of our 3 day rotation… So once […]
What a day! Late to church by ten minutes, but everyone welcomed us -amazing. Fabulous attitude. Everyone wore their best Sunday dress, even Joe Barnett turned up #wowthosetrousers😋 church itself was wild. Absolutely wild! Joseph (a translator) whipped out his beautiful singing voice and everyone was blown away- MAD. The atmosphere was incredible, everyone was […]
Kevin & Deborah Kamalraj and their daughter Diane have been visiting the UK this week. They were invited to a wedding by their extended family (who paid for the air tickets) and so extended their stay to meet with us and visited church groups, individuals and schools that support the work they do in the […]
Teachers from Rowledge School in Hampshire visited Tanzania as part of the Grassroots team in March 2017. They spent the week meeting the children of Pambogo Primary School (their linked school), teaching lessons, visiting the Grassroots feeding proigramme and making wonderful friends. Here are the photos.
Great event last night with the students from Park Community School who went to Mbeya, Tanzania in July sharing their experience with their parents and those in the community who had helped raise money for the trip. Sharon and Catherine went along as well. The newspaper wrote the story up like this: http://www.pcs.hants.sch.uk/index…/latest-news/tanzania-trip
The team has now been in Tanzania for 3 days and we have asked them to write their experiences and thoughts. Each day different students have taken responsibility and the blog has been posted on facebook along with some great photos. Here is what they have written so far: Blog 1 We have been in […]