MALAWI: DONATION/MBC/6/6/18 SABANews 1
LUNZU – The DREAM SHARE Foundation in MALAWI has come to the rescue of more than 50 girls whose hostel burned down in the LUNZU area of the SOUTHERN REGION.
MBC News says the group has donated clothes and other items to NAMIKASI Secondary School following the tragedy.
It quotes ONE of the beneficiaries as saying much as the donated items are not replacing everything they lost, they are very grateful to DREAM SHARE for remembering their plight.
VANNESSA GEORGE, a Form THREE student sponsored by the group, says for many of the girls, the clothes and beddings have given them something to start from, and the items have even relieved their parents in a very big way.
NAMIKASI Deputy Head Teacher GEOFFREY NALI has commended DREAM SHARE Foundation for being there for the children since the tragic event.
He says the organisation helped when the incident happened and it has come back to reach out to more, which makes the school highly indebted to the group.
DREAM SHARE Foundation Executive Director CHARLES KABENA has also thanked all people who donated to the organisation and calls on them to do more for the children in need.
He says the goal of his group is to help provide school fees for underprivileged kids so they stay in school and achieve their GOD-given potential.
Mr KABENA says their gathering at NAMIKASI has come after people heard the story about the children and gave his team all the items donated to the school; but there many other kids in need.
The MALAWIAN humanitarian group has come to the rescue of the school girls after the fire destroyed most of their belongings in APRIL./Sabanews/cam