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  • Aktive Hilfe - Live - Kinder Afrikas
    Langford mother and founder of the orphanage along with some food stuffs and ingredients on July 25 2012 As soon as she arrived all the kids in the orphanage were happy and were celebrating the arrival of Ms Langford and the food she brought Weiterlesen Independence Celebration at the Monrovia Training Academy July 26 2012 Closing Program of the MTA School 28 06 2012 12 45 von Anthony Collins The fourth closing program of the Monrovia Training Academy school started at 2 30 PM on the 24th day of June 2012 From the hour of 1 30 PM to 2 30 PM the parents students invited guests and kept pulling in at the MTA compound The organizers of the program Charles K Cooper and Chuck S Smith kept distributing the program sheets to the audience At 2 30 PM the program started it began with the calling in of special quests to take their seats The chairman and members of the school board and the guest speaker Anthony Collins as representative of Kinder Afrikas e V was also called in during this time Weiterlesen Closing Program of the MTA School The Queen Contest at the MTA 14 06 2012 12 48 von Anthony Collins The Monrovia Training Academy Elementary Junior and Senior High School held it very first queen contest on June 10 2012 The contest started at the precise hour of 3 30 PM The program had eight contestants Weiterlesen The Queen Contest at the MTA Poultry Project started after some difficulties 13 05 2012 20 21 von Anthony Collins The chicken poultry project started on Friday 23 rd March 2012 In our quest to operate the poultry we came face to face with many challenges from the availability of chicks in the poultry up to the feed Weiterlesen

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  • First Eggs: Poultry Project Phase II Report - Kinder Afrikas
    floor for possible rat holes This paid off since we found many holes and closed them up with cement As a result of the holes closure the rats attack was curtail in early December 2012 After this attack from the rats our headcount of the chicken dropped drastically since we were left with only 117 of them The second phase of the project also started with local materials used in the first phase Since we never had drinkers feeders we had to use the previous local idea to keep the project alive In November 2012 the chairman of the organization Richard Poeschl sent us drinkers and feeders for the project The team of journalists arrived with these materials and did the presentation Since then the chicken had to drink and feed from these modern installations instead of the plate and the planks put together for feeder purpose We also changed the sawdust wood pieces from the poultry The sawdust was already compacted with their feces As such we brought in new sawdust from Topoe Village community along the Gardnersville Somalia Drive this change of sawdust took place in January 2013 We paid L 2000 00 or USD 30 00 for transportation of the individuals and the 18 bags of sawdust to the MTA campus We presently have some chicken related sickness We are currently treating the chicken with antibiotics that I took on account from BRAC Liberia sales person on January 28 2013 We have also faced a serious setback in the lighting of the poultry We depended a lot on the solar lamps and it served us very well during the first two months August 30 October 30 2012 The issue of light became a hugh complete problem in November Since the 1 st of November 2012 the chicken have slept in darkness until February 1 2013 I paid for a China made lamp which uses batteries the purpose of this is to provide light for the chickens in the poultry As you know or may not know light plays a major role in the egg development of the layers Currently this light is functioning well we only have to purchase four batteries after every three days at a cost of L 60 00 or US 0 85 However the lamp takes three batteries so one is always reserved for future use The lamp is providing light from 8PM 6 AM every day I talked to the chairman about the light situation and the constraints we face with this light issue He faithfully promised to get some light over to us but it will take time If you have followed our last article on the poultry project last year we did provide little discussion on this second phase of the project The chickens are now 20 weeks old at this age we expect the chickens to give us egg soon However we may get a slow result especially when the chickens went out of light for sometimes When it

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  • Reopening of the Monrovia Training Academy - Kinder Afrikas
    on the Fourth 4 th day of February 2013 The Monrovia Training Academy Elementary Junior and Senior High School reopened its doors at this day Early in the morning at about 7 45 the normal time for the start of devotion students were on campus and the normal devotion was conducted Announcements concerning the school and other information were also made while in devotion After the devotion was conducted students went in their various classes A majority of the students were absent and the minority were in attendance in a happy mood and ready for their lessons Teachers were also present in readiness to continue their normal routine The green and black painted walls of the school building were all looking beautiful and in their good manner for better teachings and learning Each of the class rooms was visited by the owner of the school to see the interaction of the teachers and their students Later at 10 30AM the bell for lunch was rang and students came out of their classes to buy food and other things for lunch Some students bought sweats like candies biscuits chewing gum etc while other bought cassava rice or fufu At 11 00 AM another bell was rang and all students returned to their various classes to continue their lessons Later that afternoon by 12 30 school was dismissed and all students departed the school campus for their various houses to study and get prepared for the next school day To conclude we MTA want to thank you Kinder Afrikas e V all Sponsors well wishers and the rest sincerely for your continuous humanitarian services to this great institution May the lord guide and protect us all and may our institutions MTA School and Kinder Afrikas e V continue to progress and grow

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  • Christmas Celebration - Kinder Afrikas
    and some of the kids were in the living room of Ms Langford watching movies while the lights were used to prepare the food for the next morning On the morning of December 25 th Ms Langford and her cooking team started preparing the food while other girls went to a clothes store to pick up the clothes for the kids By the time the clothes arrived they were distributed to each children and they all went on to get their clothes prepared During this time the girls the cooks and Ms Langford were almost finished preparing the food and by the time the food was ready it was distributed to every kid and the staffs of the orphanage and everyone consumed their share of the Christmas food Later that afternoon the generator was turned on and all kids were dressed in their clothes All who wanted to watch movies went into the house to Ms Langford s television For some going out was the best thing to do so they went out in the community to associate with friends and other community members Some of the kids wanted to take a lot of pictures of themselves and so we helped some of them to take their photos and later printed them on a different day In addition to anything they had money we Anthony and Emmanuel gave an equivalent of 15 USD in Liberian Dollars to the bigger boys to enable them carry on their desired activities After this process I went on a tour with my bicycle team around the city of Monrovia to recruit more members for our association Liberia National Cycling Association At night time all kids were at the orphanage according to the time set by Ms Langford to be home and they were separated

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  • Aktive Hilfe - Live - Kinder Afrikas
    00 20 von Anthony Collins My name is Anthony K C Collins and I grew up at the MTA orphanage since September 12 1996 My garden project started back in January 2012 At the time I intended to cultivate a large field Weiterlesen Garden Project of Anthony shows first success Easter Sunday at the MTA Orphanage 09 04 2012 15 45 von Anthony Collins The Easter Sunday at the MTA Orphanage Home started with the measuring of 15 cups of flour The mother of the home Oretha Langford asked the bigger girls to do the baking While they got flour from the warehouse our mother asked me to get cabbage from the garden for the home Weiterlesen Easter Sunday at the MTA Orphanage Emmanuel Blama Report on a school trip of Scholarship Student Emmanuel Blama 04 04 2012 00 01 von Emmanuel Blama My name is Emmanuel S Blama and I am from Gardnersville Monrovia Liberia I was born on February 1 1994 I attend a yellow and black painted school Wells Hairston Institute on the road side of the Chicken Soup factory Community opposite the Maggi Cube Factory in Gardnersville Monrovia and I am in the grade 11 I am also a staff member of Kinder Afrikas e V and a scholarship holder of the organization I work as the Sponsorship Programme Manager for the organization responsible for the straightening of the Sponsorship Programme Weiterlesen Report on a school trip of Scholarship Student Emmanuel Blama Die ersten Hühner sind da 23 03 2012 23 27 von Richard Pöschl Das Gebäude für die Hühnerfarm war schon länger fertig als am 23 März 2012 ein erster Bestand an Jungtieren in den Stall einziehen konnte Weiterlesen Die ersten Hühner sind da Seite 10 von 11 Anfang Zurück 5 6 7 8 9

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  • Die ersten Früchte können bald geerntet werden - Kinder Afrikas
    2012 23 33 von Richard Pöschl Im Januar 2012 hat Anthony Collins unser Mitarbeiter in Liberia sein Agrarprojekt auf dem Gelände des Waisenhaus gestartet Es musste Sumpfland kultiviert und Samen ausgesäht werden Bereits im Feburar konnten die ersten Setzlinge ins Freiland ausgepflanzt werden Bildergalerie Zurück Archiv Hier können Sie alle Artikel in unserem Projekt Blog nachlesen 2015 September 2015 1 Eintrag August 2015 1 Eintrag Juli 2015 1 Eintrag Mai

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  • Bauarbeiten an der Hühnerfarm abgeschlossen - Kinder Afrikas
    Mines Liberia Kinshasa Kongo Sanda Togo Mikrokredite Elektrifizierung Landwirtschaft Hühnerfarm Agrarprojekt Bauarbeiten an der Hühnerfarm abgeschlossen 01 03 2011 23 13 von Richard Pöschl Die Bauarbeiten unserer Hühnerfarm in Monrovia sind beendet Vom 20 Dezember 2010 bis 01 März 2011 wurde das Hühnerfarmgebäude auf dem Gelände des Waisenhauses in Monrovia von einer örtlichen Baufirma errichtet Die Qualität der Bauarbeiten war für Liberia vorbildlich und wir sind mit dem Gebäude sehr zurfrieden Das Hühnerfarmgebäude besteht aus einem großen Stallraum in dem sich die Legehennen während der Nacht aufhalten können Es gibt auch ein Außengehege sog Wintergarten der überdacht ist und tagsüber von den Hühnern genutz werden kann Gefüttert wird aber auschließlich im Innenraum Das Gebaude hat zudem einen großen Wirtschaftsraum in dem Futtermittel gelagert und zubereitet werden können Nun kann es los gehen Die Räume sind vorbereitet und die ersten Tiere können kommen Auf der nachfolgenden Bildergalerie haben wir alle Fotos von den Bauarbeiten zusammengefasst Bildergalerie Zurück Archiv Hier können Sie alle Artikel in unserem Projekt Blog nachlesen 2015 September 2015 1 Eintrag August 2015 1 Eintrag Juli 2015 1 Eintrag Mai 2015 1 Eintrag März 2015 2 Einträge Februar 2015 5 Einträge 2014 Dezember 2014 1 Eintrag September 2014 3

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  • Kirchenkollekte für das Waisenhaus in Liberia gespendet! - Kinder Afrikas
    für Afrika Schulprojekte Bong Mines Liberia Kinshasa Kongo Sanda Togo Mikrokredite Elektrifizierung Landwirtschaft Hühnerfarm Agrarprojekt Kirchenkollekte für das Waisenhaus in Liberia gespendet 07 01 2013 14 41 von Tanja Mayer Jede Minute stirbt ein Kind in Afrika an Malaria Um den Kampf gegen Malaria zu verstärken konnten mit den gespendeten Kirchenkollekten im August Moskitonetze gekauft werden die dann in den Schlafräumen aufgehängt worden sind Um die Kinder auch für den Schulalltag zu rüsten haben wir mit dem zweiten Teil dieser Spende im September Hefte und Rucksäcke gekauft Alle Kinder wurden dann zunächst mit Heften für ihren Schulbesuch versorgt und die Kinder aus dem Waisenhaus in Liberia können endlich mit Rucksäcken in die Schule gehen Leider haben wir noch nicht genug Rucksäcke um alle Kinder damit zu versorgen Bis Januar können Sie noch Hefte und nicht mehr gebrauchte Rucksäcke an uns schicken Aktuelle Informationen zu unserer Rucksack Aktion erhalten Sie hier Bildergallery Zurück Archiv Hier können Sie alle Artikel in unserem Projekt Blog nachlesen 2015 September 2015 1 Eintrag August 2015 1 Eintrag Juli 2015 1 Eintrag Mai 2015 1 Eintrag März 2015 2 Einträge Februar 2015 5 Einträge 2014 Dezember 2014 1 Eintrag September 2014 3 Einträge Juni 2014 2

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