Hello my dear friends! My name is Grace. I am 4 years old and I’m studying at the Lutheran Nursery School. I started in 2019 and in 2020 I will reach standard 1. My teacher’s name is Ansila, but actually she doesn’t like to be called that name. Instead, she likes to be called a Friend (Rafiki in Swahili)!She is very good to us. When I’m at school we learn subjects like English, Swahili and math. I want to prove that I can count to 10 in English ( one, two, three, four, five,
I know how to sing!
My name is Elisha and I’m 5 years old. I am too young to go to school but not too young to go to the church listening to the word of God! Me and my friends, we like to go to church every Sunday. Our parents do preparations for us like preparing our clothes and we get shower and go to Sunday school. Our church is not far from our home. When I arrive at church, I meet with my teacher who is always teaching me how to sing and worship! People tell me I’m too young, but I tell the
A Toddler's Tale
We love to share happy, joyful stories with you. But that isn't always the reality of life in the world of a Food for His Children social worker. If it was, Food for His Children wouldn't be working there and frankly, that would be an answer to prayer. This is a story of the real life struggles of a toddler in Tanzania as written by her Food for His Children Field Officer, Nick Martin. Your gifts provide ongoing support and training for families like hers as they slowly work