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Video clips from Kenya as Promised

Posted in AIDS Orphans, Giving back, Kenya, Nyumbani by Lynn Ouellette on 01/25/2012

We had the day at Kibera Paper and will be going back there tomorrow when I will once again be blogging about another incredible experience. In the meantime, I think I have conquered some of my technical issues and can upload a few videoclips to share–I have taken alot of video so will have more. But here are a few to wet your appetite.

My little friend Dolo in cottage E at the Nyumbani Children’s Home is quite an energetic 3 year aold with a big personality and drives the point home that these children are thriving with HIV under the care that they are receiving. Here is Dolo in action:

All of the children at the orphanage are thriving. Going to mass there is a joyous experience with a choir of child singers and child drummers and musicians and dancers. Everyone joins in the celebration. Here is a sneak preview of the children– I say a preview because I know that next Sunday when the international summit members are at the Children’s Home they will have a whole program of entertainment prepared.

This is Boniface and his wife from the Program for the Deaf singing for us:

I will have a post tomorrow about our experinence with the women at Kibera Paper….and more

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  1. Patti Arata said, on 01/25/2012 at 1:38 pm

    How exciting….I can’t get the music out of my head. The children and their community are just a joy to watch!

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  2. Sharon Tardiff said, on 01/25/2012 at 2:29 pm

    What lovely pictures. Kind of puts life into a whole different perspective. Even though there is lots of suffering going on………they look so greatful and happy. Sharon

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