Happy Easter

I love Easter. I love the symbolism of letting the dross in our lives fall away and die and allow new life to take its place. I also love the chocolate, maybe a little too much!

One of the things that was so meaningful for me during our recent trip to Fiji was the potential for a new start and the hope in people’s faces as we were able to come along side them and support their solutions for breaking out of the poverty cycle.
This beauty pictured here represents one such story of hope. Her mum just this morning received a new tool kit so she is better able to harvest her veggies to sell at the market. They will no doubt also be helpful in the massive clean up that is currently underway all over Fiji after the floods and cyclone that came a little too close this week.

Our smiley girl is also now at school when she wouldn’t have been, and like the lovely Kajul, wants to study Medicine. So wonderful that we can resource her to live her dream and so great to be part of a solution that brings new life and hope.

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Have a lovely break and thank you for your continued generosity…

Warmly,
Jane

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