What a blessing when we received Wyp Flapper and Freerk Visserman!
Both of them come from Friesland, The Netherlands from a village called Heeg. By profession Wyp is a social worker while Freerk is a fisherman. For Freerk this was not his first time in Kimbilio, after some twelve years.
For the few weeks they were here, we realized their strength because they were able to help us in various departments.
Among the activities that they were involved included; Sewing children clothes, assisting uncle Piet (dentist) and on the other hand, Freerk helped with welding some doors,made some tools, putting walls in the children’s showers and made children sports equipment and taught them how play, a game that was unique and one of it’s kind.
They also say that while here, they enjoyed the presence of good loving people and had a nice stay. They were also blessed and learnt how to make Chapati, pan cakes made out of reap bananas plus cassava flour,which is made out of wheat flour and enjoyed eating our local food like beans and posho which is also made out of Corn. It is our prayer that God finally grants them a safe journey back home.