Update from Family Care, Cambodia

Written by Mrs. Ann & Mr. Alex Soldner, Family Care Cambodia, Cambodia We recently sold 4 sets of Little Reader Basic kits locally, and in agreement with EEECF, were able to allocate the funds for our literacy projects here in Cambodia.[clear] The funds were used to purchase 3 good quality, second hand computers with flat screen monitors. These were delivered to and installed at the CCPCR Rescue Shelter, which is home to 48 young girls rescued from human trafficking, sexual exploitation and violent abuse. Family…

Introducing Family Care, Indonesia

Written by Mrs. Anna Bittner, Family Care Indonesia Volunteer My family and I are engaged in volunteer Christian work in Indonesia. We have been active for the past 9 years in charitable works such as coordinating [clear]nutritional programs for the urban poor and offering institutional support for orphanages and schools. I have been using the Brill Kids reading program with my son, aged 2 years and 9 months, for the past six months. It is an tremendous asset in helping me keep up with his…

Teaching Ukrainian Orphans! (Firefly Ukraine)

[pink]Written by Larisa Enikeeva, Firefly Project Manager[/pink] Here is a little update from us: we started teaching English daily to a small group of 4 girls (Nastya, 14, Olya, 13, Oksana, 15 and Anna, 17) who learn from LR and some other materials we have. Even though they are older, LR is a good program for them to learn new vocabulary and reading. So attached are pictures of Maria, one of our teachers and Firefly volunteers, teaching the girls at our house. They live close by and…

Kindergarten (Firefly Ukraine)

Sorry for not updating much lately – it’s been a really busy beginning of summer! I have started teaching a group of 25 kids in a village kindergarten and they just loved it! But the kindergarten closes for the summer and we postponed the rest of the classes till September. Attached are some pictures of those kids… four-year-olds-studying-with-lr ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 2 On a different subject – you mentioned that we can ask parents that can’t afford a full price for…

The Firefly Project, Ukraine

[pink]Written by Larisa Enikeeva, Firefly Project Manager[/pink] We are international volunteers called “The Firefly Project” working under the umbrella of Family Care Foundation, an organization of individuals and families who have devoted their lives and full time to serving those in need. We are involved in a number of social, educational and humanitarian projects and are committed to making the world a better and happier place. Please visit our international website at www.thefamilycare.org for a comprehensive look at our goals and activities. [hr] The Firefly Project, Ukraine…