Today I'd like to share a video with you, made by someone who works in the refugee camp that I will be working in come September, featuring a man by the name of Patron, a resident of Dzaleka Refugee Camp in Malawi.
It is wonderful to see the skills and talents that are present in the camp, and the hope that this man has. However, it is also difficult to watch, because as Patron says, they are hidden away from the Malawians, and so the market for products produced in Dzaleka is very small.
P.S. Just wanted to remind you of the INDEVOURS Family Festival, which we are hosting in the Uptown Waterloo Square (75 King St.) on this Saturday, July 6th. We will have booths with information on each of the countries we are going to be placed in, and fun games and activities for the whole family. There will be a Latin band and a magician performing! Also, because our rain barrel sale was so successful, we have decided to host another one at the Family Festival. Come on out between 1pm and 6pm that day for a fun time!
Welcome! My name is Katiana and I am a development professional pursuing my dream to live out Isaiah 1:17 to the best of my abilities. I am passionate about teaching and working with vulnerable families and children to improve their lives sustainably.
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