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June 2016

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May 2016

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April 2016


Supporting Orphans & Vulnerable Children (South Namibia)

rhobothExciting Developments!

The past six months has been exciting as we have seen prayers answered and the work of Kid’s First Kids Club, which was set up for orphans and vulnerable children, now running 3 times a week after school with up to 75 children attending. A dedicated group of volunteers are working hard alongside our founder Milly Bock, to ensure a range of activities along with the provision of food and drink.

Milly has also opened a Kindergarten for younger children between the ages of 6 months and 6 years old. There are currently 45 children on the register.

With the help and support of Hope for Rehoboth (the Charity) and the regular gifts of St Mary’s Church and individuals Milly has been able to purchase a plot of land (which was an answer to prayer in itself) on which she is building her own facilities. Back in 2013 we had the privilege of praying over the land that Milly hoped to buy. She has now built a surrounding fence, 3 classrooms, an office and separate toilets for children and staff. Electrics have recently been added to each room. Without the support of St Mary’s this would not have been possible. Recent gifts have ensured that the roof and internal infrastructure has been completed enabling the facilities to be in full use daily.

We are excited about the expanding facilities and would like to thank all those who support us and have helped to make this possible.

If you would like to know more about ‘Hope For Rehoboth’, who we are and what we do, please contact Mike Wittle or visit our website The website also outlines the different ways in which you can support us; through prayer or by making a donation.

In 2017 we hope to take a team with David our Rector from the UK to Rehoboth. If you are interested in joining this team please get in touch.

Thank you for your interest.

Catherine Humphries and Mike Wittle (Founding Trustees)

April 2016