Osteopathie und individuelles Training in Bensberg
Sponsor der zweiten Mannschaft (Saison 2020)
„Nachhaltig und gezielt Bildung ermöglichen in Entwicklungsländern“
Dafür sammelt die Bücherbörse einmal im Jahr Bücher und Schallplatten ein.
Der gesamte Erlös fließt zu 100% in Bildungsprojekte.
Durch eine Kooperation mit der Bücherbörse Köln konnten wir vier Kindern in Malawi Rollstühle zur Verfügung stellen, die sie dringend brauchten, um mobil zu bleiben und ohne zusätzliche Transportkosten ihre Schulen besuchen zu können.
Weiter unten auf dieser Seite finden sie einen englischen Bericht zu dieser Spende.
An dieser Stelle gilt unser besonderer Dank der Bücherbörse Köln, die unsere Spende weitergeleitet und für einen reibungslosen Ablauf gesorgt hat.
Vielen Dank für euer Engangement!
Der folgende Bericht wurde von Lucy Maunde, einer Helferin vor Ort, nach Ankunft der Rollstühle verfasst.
A Report on the Distribution of Wheel Chairs
Tsogolo la Ana organisation, a local Malawian organisation donated three wheel chairs to the three learners who are physically challenged on 06 February 2020. The forth child will receive a wheel chair next week on 12th February, 2020. The donation came from Lisa Franz from Germany.
The following are the three learners: 1. Lonjezo Mafuwa, female, who is aged 14 and she is in class 7 at Chitsime Primary School in Blantyre district. Lonjezo is a third born in a family of 7 children. She was born as a normal child but got sick when she was 11 months and that was the time she stopped walking.
Lonjezo has been carried by her friends to school on daily basis and this was a challenge.
2. Ratif Ibrahim, male, who is aged 10 and he is in class 3 at Chitsime Primary school in Blantyre district. He is a forth born in a family of 5 children. He was born a physically challenged child.
Ratif is also carried by a friend when going to school on daily basis.
Both Lonjezo and Ratif face similar challenges. They fail to play and interact with her friends during break time because they just sit in class. They fail to participate in other activities both at school and home because they were lacking walking aids.
3. Allan Kondowe, male, who is 12 years old and is in standard 2 at Namatete primary school in Blantyre district. Allan is a first born in a family of two children. He has a hydropherus problem that makes his head to grow bigger than his body, hence failing to balance and walk. Due to heavy weight the mother fails to carry him on their back to school as such the mother hires a motors cycle to carry him to school. This is expensive and when she does not have money Allan does not go to school.
All these children are hard working in school.
They were excited to receive the wheel chairs their parents and teachers were also excited with this donation and below are some of their speeches:
Mrs Zambasya, a Special Needs Teacher thanked the kind gesture which has benefited the physically challenged children and also said that the wheel chairs will help the children to move around since they can also push themselves with ease.
Allan's mother expressed gratitude to see her son moving on a wheel chair and said its now a relief since she will no longer spend money on her son's transport.
Allan repeatedly thanked the donor for the kind gesture and was very excited to move around the room on a wheel chair.
Tsogolo LA Ana is also thankful to the donor for the kind gesture and would like to request for more well wishers to help in any form. Here in Malawi physically children face a lot of problems ranging from walkings aids, clothing, school needs and many more.
The 4th wheel chair was delivered on 12 February 2020.
Name of child: Mishka Katsabola
Date of birth: 20th June 2011
Traditional Authority: Somba
Name of school: Chimwrmbe primary school
Class: Standard 3
She is a second born in a family of three.
She was born disabled.
Her mother carries her on her back to school every day.
The mother was very excited and said that she will be relieved from the duty of carrying her on her back since her friends will be able to push her to school.
Tsogolo la Ana, The teachers and community leaders expressed gratitude to the donors for this kind gesture.