Balazs is back from a very successful trip to Kenya. Balazs is now applying to the Hungarian government for a significant grant towards the development of the school there. Louisa, one of the volunteers there, is now full-time at the Daniel Centre as a counsellor.
Development at the Depot goes on, but very slowly. There is the possibility of a local church moving into the spare ground behind the Daniel Centre which could be a great encouragement to some of the residents.
Cipri’s problems have now been possibly diagnosed as physical rather than psychological but there have been no other significant changes among the young men at the Centre but plenty activity with the arrival of this year’s shoeboxes to deal with.
Adi continues to experience less sympathy and help from the new local council in Jimboliya and they have currently not renewed his contract for the building that houses his second-hand clothing shop.
There is no movement on the EU funding for TK3 and TK4.