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My name is Isaac John a founder and Director of the orphanage center known as FRUITFUL ORPHANAGE AND DAY CARE which found in Arusha , Tanzania. – http/envaya.org/fruitfulorphanageWith increasing of deaths cause by poverty and hunger cause many familes stay without having either father or mother or all of the parents.This is why street children are increasing without...(Not translated)Edit
(image) The following are some of our volunteers.The four people on back line from left is Joyce our children teacher the second is Isaac a director the third is Sara the one I have explained on this page the last is Kayla another volunteer and also a nice person to us who was together with sarah.(Not translated)Edit
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(image) – The bags seen are the assistance we have received from our volunteer called Ildiko from USA. They were six bags but my camera had a problem when I was trying to get the rest.That's why we can see only 3 bags.We are so sorry for that.(Not translated)Edit
(image) – CLOSE THE GAP - LEAVEN NO ONE BEHIND Around 100 representatives of populations at higher risk of HIV infection from 18 countries in eastern and southern Africa including Zanzibar, are convening in Johannesburg, South Africa, from 17 to 19 November to discuss ways to improve access to HIV services.(Not translated)Edit
Hawa ni watoto wa Kasulu sports academy chini ya umri wa miaka 12/13 wakiwa ktk mechi ya kirafiki.(Not translated)Edit
I like this ministry very much(Not translated)Edit
(image) – On 22nd of November 2014 OVCC visited orphans and vulnerable children with the caregivers at Kituntu village and educate them about Health and Child's Rights. People were very much touched and interested by the education they got from the OVCC members and the volunteers from Shelui who are Brother Martin and Sister Andrea who professionally taught the orphans and vulnerable children with their caregivers and the other villagers about Health issues. ...(Not translated)Edit
(image) – Orphans and vulnerable children at Kituntu village are ready to listen from the teacher about Health issues to prevent infection diseases such as diarrhea, vomiting and malaria. The Educator sister Andrea and brother Martin were educating the orphans and vulnerable children with their caregiver about washing their hands after coming from the toilets, to boil drinking water and to use latrines instead of going for the latrine out of the latrine's room...(Not translated)Edit
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