One André has left the Centre as he wasn’t integrating. A second André is back for a second chance after a troubled first spell at the Daniel Centre. A third André and another young man are currently being interviewed for admission.
Income from Blythswood’s Romanian shops which supports the Daniel Centre and Talita Kum has been dropping in recent months.
Blythswood Romania has been helping to build a local village school in Kenya – where they themselves are giving rather than receiving. The school is already among the top 10% of achieving schools in Kenya.
School begins again on September 9th when the work of Talita Kum takes off again for a new academic year.
There has so far been no progress in hiring a consultant to meet the October deadline to begin the revamping and extension of the TK3 and TK4 buildings.
The 1-week circus school run by a Swiss organisation in Jimbolia was a great summer experience for children and staff from TK2.
Adi is currently running an Art camp which contributes money to Blythswood’s projects in Romania.