Balazs has been completing his 6-monthly report for Christian Aid on handling the winterisation money for the Ukraine. He leaves for a week in Kenya on Friday 10th, having arranged to meet the Hungarian ambassador to Kenya in Nairobi to discuss the future of Hungarian aid to the Christian school there and its efforts to be accredited.
Julien and Cipri are doing well in their apartment, Damian continues with his rental delivery scooter. Two of the lads have been sent out of the Daniel Centre because of drug abuse and a third is on a warning. 7 places are currently filled, with one vacancy, and 6 of the 7 lads in residence have work. The 7th, recently sacked by his supermarket, is actively pursuing other work.
Work at the depot continues and only the tarring of the yard remains to complete.
The Daniel Centre team – Danny, Louisa and Agnes – are all doing well.
Adi had a very successful day trip to Hungary with a group of children and the elderly, and another very successful skiing trip for 18 children in early March.
As I spoke to Balazs, Adi was on his way to meet the owners of the land adjacent to Talita Kum to see if it could be purchased by Blythswood for use as a sports area for the Talita Kum children.