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Sponsoring Mourine

I have been blessed to get to know her and grow quite close to her in that time.

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Jon’s visit to meet Dancan
November 2017

My name is Jon Marshall and I sponsor Dancan Atako.

I have done so now for approximately 5 years. I have been lucky enough to meet Dancan and his mother who also works at Nasio’s headquarters currently with the Green Team.

Every time I go I feel humbled and honoured to meet this family who make you realise that simple things in life matter because despite the hardships they face each day they always smile.

Whenever I am at the compound Dancan will visit every day – not sure if it’s to see me or to collect the sweets I take him!

On this year’s home visit I was extremely pleased to see that some of the ground around the family house has been used for farming maze.

I still find it amazing how the family all look after each other something that a lot of modern western families seem to have lost the ability to do.

I still find it amazing how the family all look after each other something that a lot of modern western families seem to have lost the ability to do.

Personally I would recommend sponsoring a child because it does make a difference to their lives and from visiting the family over a number of years I know this to be factual.

This story is listed in: Child Stories, Fund-raiser stories, Volunteer Stories

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"I’m really grateful to the Nasio Trust programme because it is really changing lives for good. The Nasio Trust has really changed this community and really changed my life..."
Eunice (supported for 6 years – now volunteering for Nasio)

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Nasio were invited as an Oxfordshire based charity.

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Katie Isbester Discusses Positive Effects of Reading At An Early Age

Confessions of a Female Publisher by Katie Isbester

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Muslim Farmers Project

Medina Rajab is a Muslim farmer from Ichinga village, she benefited from the Nasio Trust Muslim farming project where she received maize seeds, fertilizer, and vegetable seeds. She managed to harvest 2 bag of maize which she stored for consumption.

Vegetable production has improved her family’s health by increasing the number of meals per day. Previously, her family used to have a single meal a day but after harvesting the vegetables, she manages 2 meals a day due to availability of enough vegetables.

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