A special Christmas at Newill
There has been no teaching in Ghana for 9 months. We can only hope that the day will now really come when the kids can return to the classrooms in January.

As in the meanwhile the classrooms of the first floor are completed, now the railing of the stairs and the corridors must be done. The railing project started on Christmas Eve, with a special sparkler.
Reconstruction at Cherifoula
The school in Bamako will be rebuilt during the winter break. Right now, we don’t see how he’s getting ready for the start of the school on the 11th January, but the management says it will be ready. We talked about painting the rooms and painting the facade, they asked for ideas about the world of colours, painting and decoration options. We are looking forward to the result.
The show must go on
Our wonderful and artistic supporters of the Savannah Belly Dance events had to return to virtual events again. Remember, the next event is on 5 December from 5PM on Facebook.
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Media appearances

Petőfi TV - Én vagyok itt!
We were on M2 Petőfi TV channel's 'I am here!' show where we talked about our work. The conversation starts at 34:15.
Ozone TV Egyenlítő
We went to OzoneTv's program Equator, where we talked about our work, results and adventures with Robi Bárány.
(Photo OzoneTv)
Online article in the prestigious Nők Lapja
The topics of our conversation was the life of children and women, and the activities of the foundation in West Africa.
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An evening to meet us

On July 30, 2020 the participants of the March trip to Bamako, Karolina Pap and Andrea Gyurácz gave a report about the 10 days they spent there. In a relaxed atmosphere during the evening we met many new faces, but also existing supporters. While tasting the Malian soft drinks Djabani and bissap, we answered a lot of questions. We could also share about our other programs in Ghana and Senegal, the plastic collection program, and volunteer work opportunities. We thank InToTo for the venue!