Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Today is World AIDS Day, a day to unite in the fight against HIV/AIDS and a day to remember those who have lost their life.
It is also the 1 year anniversary of the official launch of Sinanzi Sepo Project's garden. One of our goals is to feed the vulnerable people of Katima Mulilo area. HIV+ individuals and children orphaned by the disease are some of the most vulnerable people.
And it is #givingTuesday. Please consider including Sinanzi Sepo Project in your charitable contributions and partner with us as we care for the people of Namibia.
Friday, October 9, 2015
As we are a month or two away from rainy season. October is the hottest and driest weather followed by potential torrential downpours and flooding in the new year. We are so pleased the garden is in a very good place. We have been able to maintain a steady supply of water with our irrigation system despite it being very dry. The vegetables are well-established and we've had success distributing them to areas of need.
While this may seem like kind of mundane news, this is a huge answer to prayer! Anyone who has ever lived in southern Africa can probably tell you when things are running smoothly on a daily basis, it must be a miracle! I attribute this to so many of you who have been lifting our project up in prayer! We praise the Lord for all that has been accomplished through the work of our employees, community volunteers and our supporters!
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Friday, August 21, 2015
Praise the Lord! The new school building is now complete. Many thanks to all the sponsors that made this possible! And a special thanks to all the volunteers in the school community, our teacher Mavis Neo, and Mukisa village that spent countless hours volunteering to bring the project to completion! I don't know where we would be without their dedication to seeing the school succeed.
Wednesday, July 8, 2015
|Broken Fence from Elephants|
|Trek through the garden, missing our vegetables!|