During week 14, in the beginning of April, the pupils at Sædalen elementary school arranged a fundraiser to benefit Nyenga. The pupils were diligent and used their imagination well in finding work, in stead of receiving homework.
Nyenga’s health center arranged a health camp in March. Close to 400 patients attended the two-day camp.
At the age of 7 Sheila’s legs became paralyzed. After two years off illness she can now walk again. Here’s a story of a tough girl!
Nyenga Children’s Home’s general manager, Ruth Ziraba, visited Norway in January. Here she tells about her experience.
We have asked the local population what their challenges, needs and wishes are for the years to come. Hopefully this will help us when planning our future course.
We have been without a dance group at Nyenga for a long time now. This would change when dance student Thea came for a visit!
We are currently developing a program helping youths into work. As of now, three girls are interns at a local hairdresser.