André, Gaby, Cipri and Alix have found work in a local factory in Cluj. Silveu has brought questionable friends back to the Centre and needs to improve his attitude.
Istvan has moved out with friends, probably a permanent goodbye. Alix has suicidal moments and has spent €2000, which he can ill afford, on a hair transplant which he doesn’t really need.
Covid infections are rising again in Romania. There have been no tenders yet for developing the Blythswood’s depot.
Balazs hopes the Hungarian Presbyterian church will join the Hungarian government to help with the school Blythswood sponsor in Kenya.
Adi has unfortunately lost an appeal against the local government’s removal of tax exempt status for Talita Kum and his proposal for EU funds for the running costs for TKs 1-4 has again been turned down. Bureaucratic nit-picking is a major hurdle for projects like these in Romania.