Big push today. Team worked to their limits. Lights installed and #solarpanel so could go on #building the #bedroom! Roof done. #Render started. Bedroom wall nearly done. Tomorrow is last day, we #plasterboard the ceiling, finish the bedroom and render.
Really thrilled that Grassroots Tanzania have almost completed the second set of three dwellings in the new housing project. These will be used for people in need of accommodation due to being in child led families or for grandmothers looking after children who presently live in very poor conditions. Many of the children involved are […]
We have just started a new venture in Tanzania. The housing stock some of the families live in is very poor. Some of these are child led families, disabled people or children being looked after by elderly grandparents. So they often struggle to find the rent and and end up moving from rented house to […]
Today the interview team and the building team merged. The children who will be living in the new home being built by the team were taken onto the Grassroots sponsorship scheme. The children are now more than excited about their new home and sponsorship provides them with the school things they are lacking to help […]
Sharon and Ruth are in Romania this week visiting all the children sponsored via Grassroots. This involves driving long distances to their homes which are often in quite remote settings. The scenery is stunning. Building stability and value into a child’s life takes time. It has been wonderful to meet children for the first time […]
This is the place this family lived in before… then they knocked it down and started to prepare the site … and the family started living in a shelter until the build could be done… then the UK team members set off from Luton airport to join the Romanian team members… on […]
Back in January a house burnt down in Silivasu, Romania. Iacob Murza, who works with us to try to help the most needy families in Romania to have adequate homes, started working on fund raising to so he could get the family a new home. They are a poor family with 4 children. They were […]