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  • The Pig Project - Kinder Afrikas
    or not I have been stimulated that about 74 000 children will die in Liberia from 2009 to 2015 because of malnutrition It is not yet estimated how many older persons will die from malnutrition because of the lack of protein rich meat vitamins mineral carbohydrate rich food It is against this background we hope to grow animals that prices our people can afford As for the communities with orphanages we hope as our project enlargement to provide assistance to those who cannot afford Due to my many tasks I have designated a well experience agriculturist in person of Mr Jackson Nawtuwa to manage this project adequately at his home It is a project along with the rabbit project that will be move to a larger farming site Currently we have two piglets a boar and a sow From our agricultural knowledge both will reach maturity at six months the both of them are 3 months old Both projects are for the future this is not in the far future As we look to obtain the necessary capital to start a farm To start the project we had to take loan from Kinder Afrikas e V to start this project and I am confident that the project will be a success But the blocks zinc nails and the workmanship to construct the pig pan was provided by Mr Nawtuwa and me We want to expand and start a farm but due to the lack of capitals we are identifying little projects It is this little we hope to raise capital from and start the farm However if the capital is available we like to start vegetables production and planting of pineapples I will keep informing you all along the way as I count on your supports Bildergallery Zurück Archiv Hier

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  • Adventurous trip to Bong Mines - Kinder Afrikas
    shop to align the tires and adjust the chain After this stop we started our journey again and be headed for our destination On the way we felt strong movements around the tires After we observed what is it the rear tire was flat Due to this we had to pay the guy for the distance yet far There was no way to get another motorcycle so we called Aaron Mulbah from Bong Mines to send someone to pick up us and we started walking towards Bong Mines We walked about 45 minutes or an hour then the motorcycle came up to us and picked up Anthony and me On our way the motorcycle had a flat tire too making the amount of broken motorcycles two After the flatness of the tire we decided to go separate and Anthony got a motorcycle that was carrying a passenger and he joined the passenger on the motorcycle I also got a lift from the city solicitor of Bong mines in a short time from there to Bong mines By the time I reached Bong mines I was 15 minutes later from the time that Anthony arrived and it was already 2 15 PM All of the students waited for us and I met Anthony who was about to start the picture taking process I joined him and we carried on taking pictures with the aid of the principal and her teachers they were calling the students by their names while we took the pictures and marked them with numbers We took pictures of all kids that were present at that time and wrote down certain information about them After the entire photographing process a brief meeting was held with the teachers to enable them to talk about their problems and find ways

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  • Boys Dorm Dächer wurden neu gedeckt - Kinder Afrikas
    Navigation überspringen Nachhaltige Hilfe Aktive Hilfe Live Gemeinsam für Afrika Schulprojekte Bong Mines Liberia Kinshasa Kongo Sanda Togo Mikrokredite Elektrifizierung Landwirtschaft Hühnerfarm Agrarprojekt Boys Dorm Dächer wurden neu gedeckt 12 09 2012 13 33 von Tanja Mayer Quiltspende aus dem Sommer half dabei Dächer des Boys Dorm sowie der Schule neu zu decken Im Sommer dieses Jahres wurden von Bernhild Schröder Uelzener Patchwork Fachgeschäft StoffArt insgesamt 1000 Euro an den Kinder Afrikas e V gespendet Mit dieser Spende und einer kleinen Draufgabe aus unseren allgemeinen Spenden konnten wir die Dächer des Boys Dorm und der Schule neu decken Wir möchten uns an dieser Stelle noch einmal ganz herzlich über die großzügige Spende bedanken und natürlich einige Bilder zu den Bauarbeiten und unserem Ergebnis zeigen mit dem übrigens die Kinder und wir sehr zufrieden sind Zum Artikel des Sommerfestes von Bernhild Schröder 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 Einträge Juni 2014 2 Einträge April 2014 3 Einträge März 2014 1 Eintrag

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  • Independence Celebration at the Monrovia Training Academy, July 26, 2012 - Kinder Afrikas
    pig at the next day The pig was perfectly cleaned and cut into pieces and was parboiled the same day Moreover some of the pieces were offered to many individuals and some people from the orphanage including me Anthony Collins Mr Amos Cooper and even Charles Cooper These pieces where roasted and eaten and begin what was going to happen the next day Also on that same day July 25 the girls and Ms Langford cleaned and prepared the chicken they bought from the market got charcoal and kitchen utensils ready parboiled and saved the meat prepared all the ingredients and had them keept safed and then everyone departed and waited for the next day Early July 26 2012 morning at about 8 00 AM Ms Langford Ms Cecelia Vintom some boys and the older girls came out and began preparing the food while the smaller kids went into their rooms searching their bags for clothes to wear after eating their food Some went on playing and waiting on the food to be ready to eat The cooking was a lengthy and interesting one a very delicious Joliffe rice was prepared by the cooking team After the cooking the food was distributed among all the kids and older people in the orphanage and everyone enjoyed having a delicious meal with a lot of ingredients and meat After the meal all the kids went and had a bath and wore their favorite clothes Ms Langford therefore allowed those kids who could control themselves to go and socialize with other kids and friends of the community A specific time was set for everyone to come home before or otherwise you will be punished In the evening hours Ms Langford turned her generator and Television on and kids who were interested in watching

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  • Closing Program of the MTA School - Kinder Afrikas
    compound for three years 1996 1999 The history of the MTA as explained by the writer told the audience about the pathetic evacuation of the orphans and the way their belongings were thrown out The writer of this brief history is Charles K Cooper The two of us are contemplating on writing an article I Anthony Collins in order to have this article completed I will be writing the history from December 31 1999 up to present You can watch out for this very soon After the brief history of the MTA next was the introduction of the guest speaker The introduction was done by Charles K Cooper In his introduction he briefly looked at the past and current life of the guest speaker which would be me After the introduction I finally took the podium In my speech I discussed on the topic Education and the responsibility of parents government and children in Liberia I tryed to give a clear picture of our individual responsibility to education I also looked at our current national vision 2030 I sowed within their minds how Liberia is in great need of their children education I also ended by telling them that it is difficult to hold these responsibilities and that they are not the first to endure it I further told them that it is not easy to get through but it is only when you decide to dig a hole That is when you start from the top to the bottom But if we as Liberians ever want to get to where we envisage we must keep our individual responsibility to education I closed the speech by extending the gratitude of our organization Kinder Afrikas e V to them The entire speech lasted for 10 minutes The microphone was not good it was broken which took up a lot of time After the speech the program moved on with the pinning of the graduating Kindergarten K 2 students Next was the calling of the MTA dancing crew they lighted the stage with mastery of good dance After the dance the program proceeded with announcement of the school academic report for the year This report was read by Mr Omega Stephens he is the current vice principal for instructions VPI at the Monrovia Training Academy School The closing program continued with remarks from relevant bodies in the school The first to make remarks were parents followed by the administration of the MTA School The remark of the administration was made by Mr Christian Z Kesselly he is one of the teachers at the school The board of the MTA remark was given by the co chairman Mr Jackson Natuwa He admonished parents for their commitment and urged them to send their children next year He stressed the need that the students keep their eyes open and take advantage of the opportunity provided by the school The next to make remarks was me again as the representative of Kinder Afrikas e V I

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  • The Queen Contest at the MTA - Kinder Afrikas
    MTA Runner Up 2011 2012 After the total sum of the money raised by each contestant was counted the crowd now anticipated the announcement of the final result The result was given in an ascending order That is from the least to the highest amount being raised on the contest The least sum raised came from Miss Josther Toomey of the 2 nd grade class She got the total sum of Two Hundred Seventy five Liberian dollars It equivalent in United States dollars is three dollar and ninety three hundredths US 3 93 The other contestants followed sitting in third place was Miss Inez Tucker of the 7 th Grade class In second place this is the runner up Miss Tezee Koko The runner up realized the total sum of five thousand Liberian dollars L 5 000 00 it equivalent in US dollars is US 71 42 Last but not least was the winner Miss Vivian Howard She won the contest with the total sum of fourteen thousands Liberian dollars L 14 000 00 the equivalent in US dollars is US 200 00 all taken at the rate of 1USD to 70 Liberian dollars From the total amount of the raised money L 28 795 the sum of L 20 000 00 or USD 270 27 will be kept as fund toward the building of the auditorium of the school After the announcement the winner and the runner up were called on stage to have each of their scalp places on them This was done but it was not the official crowning ceremony Due to the late time and fast approaching darkness the official crowning ceremony was scheduled for Wednesday June 13 2012 at 10 00 AM On this day the winner and runner up were splendidly dressed The runner

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  • Poultry Project started after some difficulties - Kinder Afrikas
    to create more drinkers We want the chickens to have fresh water constantly as the use of the wide iron pan cannot provide fresh water In April we finally got the chance to order the locally made feed for the chicks An agent of BRAC Liberia Samuel came to visit the project during his visit I was able to negotiate with him for the feed We than put in for 10 bags of feed at the cost of 35 united states dollars per bag He promised to deliver the feed on time Unfortunately the promised date did not materialize as the supplier never got to Monrovia in time However on April 16 I received a call from him He told me that our feed was available I immediately took off and met him for the delivery On this very day I also came with antibiotic and vita flash for the chicks to improve their health and to fight against diseases The 95 chicks were sold on retail basis We paid 10 United States Dollars for a pair of chick The chicks were four weeks old upon arrival From the date of arrival up to present we have lost 6 of our chicks to death In the midst of the six chicks that died three died directly from Chicken related diseases While the other three died accidentally two died from drowning in the water bucket we had in the poultry while the other one died accidentally when a plank door fell on it The plank door was used around the little colombo rectangle space we made to keep them We have now gotten rid of all the things in the poultry As of now we have 89 chickens that are healthy the poultry project is great but very difficult to deal

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  • Garden Project of Anthony shows first success - Kinder Afrikas
    the soil and produce great fruits a plant that will need less care I have sown watermelon seeds Notwithstanding I had my cabbage and pepper seeds on the nursery bed Since the cabbage and pepper seedlings have to be planted at a certain height I had the soil prepared with pigs manure and sown the watermelon seeds Those watermelons I first planted reached maturity in 90 days My first major harvest took place on March 17 2012 During this harvest we got six watermelons that have reached maturity and cabbage leaves that were worth 1 000 Liberian Dollars or about 15 United States dollars All was given to the orphanage to supplement the kids diet We had local harvest before coming to our second harvest where I got a total of 15 watermelons for the orphans The kids were eating watermelons early in the morning before leaving for school Some kids from the neighborhood also shared in this second harvest On the 8 th of April 2012 we also harvested 7 watermelons and cabbage leaves that was worth 1 500 Liberian dollars or 22 United States Dollars I have had other minor harvest where the kids have little pieces before going to bed I harvested a total of 72 watermelons from the garden I truly liked to extend my gratitude to the Kinder Afrikas e V family in Germany I must admit that your concern and frequent help have really made this project a success I also like to thank my sponsor and his wife who took upon themselves to send me the wonderful seeds especially the pepper I remain level headed in pursuing this goal In order to help these children balance their nutritional diets I have hot pepper seedlings on my nursery bed I will transplant it very

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