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Check out James, see how fast he has grown!

Date added: 26.04.2022

Full of energy and smiles as usual – James moved from the older babies’ group to the Edmund’s House preschoolers’ group a few months ago and we think he has grown up and become a bit more mature. He loves being the centre of attention – we joke that he will become an actor or a politician. A career as a showman seems to be written in the stars for him.

He started the day with breakfast, and a fair share of protest – it just so happens that James’ favourite meal is sweets. He would give anything for lollipops and biscuits. Every time he sees a healthy, Kasisi breakfast, he seems to ask, “Really? Nothing sweet again?”

But the aunties are adamant – you won’t find any Nutella for breakfast here ( there will be time for sweets in the afternoon). There is only room on the breakfast plates for fresh, wholesome products that will help small bodies grow healthily. If you want to make the boy happy, you can give James a fruit basket.

There must however be some calories on the plate, because after breakfast, it’s time to run wild in the garden with his friends (including the other James, who is a few years older). Little James most enjoys singing, dancing and taking part in music and movement activities. He is a real bundle of energy.

The little boy usually has classes three times a week at the Kasisi preschool, but now, due to school holidays in Zambia, the preschool is closed for a fortnight. However, that doesn’t stop the boy from sneaking into an empty classroom and quickly putting together some kind of puzzle or drawing a new masterpiece for his adoptive parents. No force can stop James from his adorable creative chaos. Check out James and see how fast he has grown!

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Christopher Sakala Fund

We hope that Christopher’s death, which was an unexpected tragic event for the whole Kasisi, will kick off a chain reaction of good. Because of this, we started the Christopher Sakala Fund. With this fund, we support children being treated on the oncological ward at the hospital in Lusaka.

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