Giving children the chance to choose

Feyiftu’s Story

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One-year old Feyiftu was severely malnourished and gravely ill when her mother, Berhane, brought her to St. Luke’s Hospital. the local clinic near to their home in the rural village of Dilis did not have the facilities to treat Feyiftu. Berhane explains: “I took Feyiftu to a local…

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Laurensia’s Story

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Laurensia is a farmer with seven children and one grandchild. She coordinates three Women’s Groups in total. Through her training to become a Volunteer Coordinator, she has substantially increased her knowledge on nutrition, which she uses to advise local mothers with young children. One of her groups grew…

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Modou’s Story

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Modou is seven years old and has been blind from birth. He has been attending GOVI for almost four years. Modou lives in a compound with his family which is situated close to GOVI school. In his latest school report Modou got 95% in phonetics, his favorite subject….

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Sadiki’s Story

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Sadiki teaches a class of 48 children. He is proud to be a pre-primary teacher. He said: “Having attended TAHEA’S training, I now know how to make learning kits and use them to teach young children.” He said the techniques he has learnt have transformed his method of…

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Tony’s Story

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(As told by Matthew Banks, Children in Crossfire’s international Programme Manager) I was at a meeting at the CCBRT Moshi office and they said there was a “Club Foot” clinic going on that morning that they would like me to visit. So, off I went. In the doctor’s…

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