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joseph Lovatt-Fraser

Luanda 2019

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My story

[p]As of the 11th-28th of July 2019, I will be embarking on a trip to Luanda, Kenya, alongside 17 students from my school and 4 teachers. The Minimum target of £1600 is in place to cover the basic costs of a return flight as well as full accommodation and food in the duration of our stay. Not only does this fund our time out in Kenya, but additional money raised either from myself or from the team as a whole will contribute towards the purchase of sanitary products, sports equipment, stationary and writing materials to the children in six different schools across the area. However the most important investment is my time spent teaching children a number of different lessons that do not appear in their curriculum. My role of being a teacher will be carried out in six schools on rotation, as previously mentioned, these are: St Joseph’s Rehabilitation Centre for Street Children, Ebukuya School for the Deaf, Ebukuya Primary School. St Bakhita’s Secondary School for girls, Ebukhiliti primary school, Ebusiratsi Secondary and Primary schools. The children we work with, aged 6-19, will benefit not only through lesson time with us, but we will have time to engage with the children in activities such as Arts and Crafts, football, rounders, music, cards etc. Your donation will go much further than funding the flight to Kenya, but will allow my school friends and I, as a team, to connect with the children on a personal level , discussing and understanding the differences in our lifestyles. [/p]

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