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New playground for orphans at Baby Sarah’s Home

Thursday at 9.30 Camille, director of AMAIDI Volunteering in India, cut the green ribbon that separated about 80 children from their new playground. The money to realize this dream of BSH’s secretary Karthikeyan, was brought together by Harjen, Mary, Maartje, Sarah, Isabel, Karin and Djoelan, except Sarah, all Dutch volunteers.

Opening of the new playground of Baby Sarah's Home

Opening of the new playground of Baby Sarah

 

Harjen and Mary, the volunteers who paid for the (construction of the) compound wall, have just returned to Holland after an extensive onward journey to various Asian countries before going home and after working at Baby Sarah’s. Djoelan was still traveling through South-India, as was Karin, but Sarah, Maartje and Isabel were present, giving short speeches about their happiness to witness this event.

Maartje, one of the sponsor volunteers, on the new slide with the children of Baby Sarah's Home

Maartje, one of the sponsor volunteers, on the new slide with the children of Baby Sarah

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2 Responses

  1. Harjen & Mary says:

    Message for: Maartje, Sarah, Isabel, Karin and Djoelan.
    Thank you so much for doing such a wonderful job at Baby Sarah’s home. We cannot believe how wonderful the playground has turned out te be. The drawings are fantastic! All the colours are beautiful and playing materials are every childs dream. We are speechless. Karthik sent us an email and some photographs of the official opening of the playground. The end of our six months’ trip could not have been happier.

  2. It was a pleasure to see how all the volunteers put in their every effort to make this a lasting success for all the children of this orphanage. Thank you for your support in creating the place in the first place, Harjen and Mary.

    Camille

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