October 2012 Welding has yet again showed us that NOSA would not be possible without him!
The two classrooms (English and mathematics) at the Babati primary school are built and ready for use.
The classrooms have teaching books for all grades as well as notebooks, pens, pencils and calculators.
When the new school year starts in Justicia just after Christmas, Andy will attend Mandla High School, Justicia’s only high school.
We visit his home, he lives together with his grandfather and other family members.
His grandmother has just passed away and his grand father has the responsibility for Andy now.
Andy shares a tiny room with an uncle and sleeps on a mat on the floor.
On our last day we again gathered all the NOSA children and their guardians at the church.
The children read poems and sang the NOSA song. We spoke to them about how important it is to get an education!
And Margreth served a beautiful chicken dish as usual.