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A donation from you today can brighten the lives of children  in Shropshire & Mid Wales  who suffer from life threatening and chronic illnesses. We also help Grace & Love Orphanage in Yangon,Burma and Two Sisters orphanage  near White River in South Africa. You will give them opportunity and improvement in their lives as a result of your generosity and selflessness....   Thank you!

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 Two Sisters orphanage was created by Patrick Chamusso.

The charity, based in north east South Africa, supports orphans of the AIDS epidemic that is destroying much of the African continent. Two Sisters started almost by accident.

Patrick, a political prisoner of the apartheid regime, was released from Robben Island in 1991. In prison he dreamed of his release and of looking after the community and meeting the needs of his people.

He settled in Mganduzweni, a beautiful but poor area, in the hills outside White River - nestling at the foot of Legogote Mountain. A neighbour in the village died and left two daughters. In 1999 Patrick and his wife fostered the two sisters. With the increase of the AIDS pandemic in South Africa and the increasing number of orphans this number gradually grew... Today Patrick has approximately 300 children in his care.
He has donated his original home to Two Sisters for a drop-in care centre.  http://www.twosisters.org.za/ 


The orphans are lodged with foster parents. Two Sisters provides the main meal of the day as well as all medical care, school uniforms and fees and sees to it that the children are well cared for in the foster homes. In return for this, the foster parents help with the daily chores of preparing the main meal, watching over the children at play and keeping the Two Sisters premises clean.

Two Sisters receives no funding from the state but relies on donations from various sources.


We have helped buy sewing machines so that Two Sisters can make bedding for sale in the local communities and markets to help with being self sustaining and training the house mothers to sew, a skill Patrick learned whilst on Robben Island.  Recently their cooking utensils and food was stolen. So we have funded razor wire for better security and replaced their cooking ware and food. Plus we have bought them new water tanks amongst other everyday needs.  Your support will help sustain them and give them hope and opportunity with education for a brighter future.

 


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On December 9, 1998 the Ananda Myitta Orphanage Center (The Orphanage of
Grace and Love) was completed and it opened in April, 1999. The orphanage can
house up to 30 children, but there were 12, 6 males and 6 females when the
orphanage first opened. At present there are 9 boys and 2 girls

The entire land for the orphanage is 200 pyong, the main
building is made of two floors with the first floor having a floorage of 60
pyong and the second floor 13 pyong, and the living room is 20 pyong.

 

A pyong is about 3.3 square metres or 36 square feet.

 

These children have very little but thanks to the efforts of the Elders and the house mother and house father their basic needs are met, but as the orphanage relies totally on donations to continue this is where Dreamcatcher and yourselves can help.

 

Dean : Ms. Walesbeth DawlaShwe
Address : Area No.14, plot of land
No.14/1360
Pauk Kan, North Okkalapa Township, Yangon Division, Myanmar

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Maya School India was established in 2005 by Eeva Maya Schult who was visiting India and saw the extreme poverty among the labourers, farmers and their children in the Indian countryside. She decided to leave her job in Hamburg, Germany and move to India and start a school in Orchaa, a rural town 230 km south of city of Agra.
Now her school provides basic education, school uniforms and food for some 80 children. She achieved her goal of building a new school in 2011 to help as many children as possible. Her funding is mostly based on private donations which are managed by a registered society in India.


She is also running a smallhotel and a restaurant in Agra for tourists who visit the Taj Mahal.        Eeva Maya's school project has been featured in the Finnish magazine, Suomen Kuvalehti, and on Finland's national TV broadcaster YLE, who made a documentary about the school in 2009.
    Please support this grassroots project to help to create an opportunity for people who might otherwise never have one. The only way for sustainable development and prosperity is education. There is not a single country in this world that is poor with a high education level. Only with knowledge can people have skills to produce goods that have exchangeable value.
  This requires resources that these people do not have and this is where you and Dreamcatcher can help Eeva Maya in her project.  WE CURRENTLY DO NOT SUPPORT MAYA SCHOOL AS THIS PROJECT IS CURRENTLY ON HOLD DUE TO LOCAL PROBLEMS AND THE SCHOOL CHILDREN HAVE BEEN TRANSFERRED TO OTHER SCHOOLS IN THE REGION BUT IF IT HAD NOT BEEN FOR THE VISION OF EEVA THESE CHILDREN WOULD HAVE CONTINUED WORKING ON THE LAND AND HAD NO FORMAL EDUCATION NOW THEY HAVE A GREAT OPPORTUNITY IN LIFE TO DEVELOP THEIR FUTURE .