After spending a few days in Yako, and then a few days in Ouaga, Linda and I took the road
of our first few days in the village were spent in meetings with our
village contact, Babou, reviewing the progress that was made on the
medical clinic while we were away and also planning our next phase of
little baby girl is named Biba. She weighed just a little under 5
pounds at birth. Her mama is not well and cannot produce milk for
her, so we have enrolled Biba in our milk program.
is a very impressive young girl named Maman. Last year on Jan 1st
she suffered some very bad burns on her backside and the back of one
of her legs when her skirt caught on fire while she was cooking.
Maman missed 6 weeks of school last year, yet finished the school
year with a very high mark. Since then, Maman often comes by asking
for help with her English studies.
a very generous gift from Dawn Malcolm, we were able to equip the
Kimini school and the Nonfesso school with sports uniforms for their
soccer teams. This is the proud Kimini team in their new uniforms.