It is almost 3 weeks ago when Roxana, our new intern, arrived in Malawi to work with Hope for the Future among the people of Malawi. She’s been through a lot of ups and down (especially downs) but, through it all, she knows God is preparing her for the future.
These 3 weeks have been somehow tough for her, but she kept herself busy with the assignments given, bringing quality work and value to the ministry of Hope for the Future in Malawi.
One of the most important things she is doing right now is to get up-to-date records on all of the children we feed at our two Feeding Centres. More than just records, Roxana is visiting everyone, establishing valuable relationships with the guardians, taking note of their lives, needs and requests. Another very important aspect here is that she is also visiting the kids that are still on the waiting list. When the resources will be available, we need to be ready and know who needs the help the most.
She is accompanied in the village by Misozi, who is also her translator, and the teachers that work with these children every day. Although we’re in the rainy season right now and it is raining every day, sometimes for the entire day, these girls are doing it, most days for 7-8 hours/day.
Although we have been doing this record-taking business many times in the past, the truth is that it is extremely efficient and good to have someone dedicated specifically to this task.