When the girls received their bike pumps

Dear Friends it has been very quite here lately and by of an update the bike pumps you kindly donated were received in Ruhanga and here are some photos from that event.

George appreciating (Small)

This is Michael on of the volunteers from the UK handing over the pumps to the girls’ head Teacher
George recieving the pumps (Small)

The rest of the volunteers join the girls at the handover

Girls happy with the donation (Small)

Michael handing over the pumps to the girls

Other volunteers involved (Small)

Group photo- what a moment

The girls exited about using the pumps (Small)

Our next challenge dear friends is to construct a permanent working space for the girls so they can put their new skills to work. Such a working station will cost £6544.00.

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