Kiedy na świecie przybywa miejsc, w których dzieje się zło, nie możemy zapominać, że są i takie, w których zło zamienia się w czyste dobro.
Zajrzyjcie dziś z nami do Kasisi i poznajcie dwie śliczne dziewczynki, które kilka dni temu przyjęliśmy do DOMU.
While there are increasingly more places in the world where evil is taking place, we must not forget that there are also places where evil is being transformed into pure good.
Come and visit Kasisi with us today and meet two lovely girls who we took in to our HOME a few days ago.
Sylvia is two months old and weighs just 2 kilos. The girl’s mother died and no one close to her wanted to take care of the baby. She came to us very neglected. We immediately admitted her to House of Hope and are helping her to fight a skin infection.
Grace is about 4 years old. We do not know exactly when she was born. She suffers from cerebral palsy and is blind. Her mother left her daughter with her grandmother and lives on the street. The grandmother was unable to provide adequate care for her granddaughter, so she took her to the social services, from where Grace came to us. The little girl is frightened. She doesn’t speak, doesn’t want to eat and cries all the time. We whisper in her ear that she will be fine here, that she is loved and safe.
These two little darlings have already experienced so much wrong in their lives. We want to show them that this chapter is now closed. Now they have a real home where they are important and loved. Show Sylvia and Grace that they are not alone. Invite them into your family today!
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.