Aisha

Conny Shamu
Posted January 23, 2020 from Netherlands
Aisha and me
Aisha and me: This was a funny moment Aishe never has seen a phone that makes a photo. (1/2)

One day Samuel and I were working on our land when a woman showed up with a young girl. Hello, mom, can you help us, please this is Aisha, my daughter her dad is kidnapped 3 years ago my girl needs to go to school but I have no job and don't know how to send her to school. Can you please help me mom I will do anything for you as long my girl can go to school. So what will you do, we talked and I told her I can't promise her but I will see what we can do because they both need help. I was so happy to find a sponsor for our Aisha, we send them to a hospital because she had skin issues on her head  We told her mom that she can come to our land to learn how to grow greens to sell at shops so she can create an income. We planted moringa trees because the leaves are so powerful in many issues. Aisha is a happy girl and goes to primary school in the village of Shamu in Kenya. We are looking for more sponsors so we can help more children like Aisha also boys are important to help them get on their feet A big hug from Aisha.  

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ndoloremy
Jan 23
Jan 23

Great job there sister. Doing things for people who can never repay you gives you great joy. I personally want to appreciate for what you did in the life of Aisha and her mum. Pray God blesses your efforts

Conny Shamu
Jan 23
Jan 23

Nice to meet you ndoloremy
Thank you for the nice words

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

Thank you so much , we all need to help one another in this world

Hello, Conny,

These are great photos. Aisha is very cute. Thank you for helping her. I agree with the powerful benefits of moringa. We have a lot of that in our country. Thank you for sharing this act of kindness with us. Please give Aisha a hug from me.

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

thank you, Karen.
I love moringa it helps me a lot
Hugs back from all of us.

You’re welcome, dear. I love moringa, too! Have a great day!

Sinyuy Geraldine
Jan 23
Jan 23

Dear Conny, thanks so much for helping Aisha and her mum and for finding a sponsor for Aisha. Talking about Moringa, we know it here in Cameroon and we learnt about it when we studied natural medicines in the tropics. I guess you also know about artemisia which cures malaria.

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

Nice to meet you sister.
I really like to know more about artemisia thank you for sharing.
Mabey we can grow it in Shamu too.
Regards Conny

Sinyuy Geraldine
Jan 25
Jan 25

Artemisia is a plant we use as malaria tea. For more information googke the name atermisia annua Anamed. Anamed is an international orgainisation that trains people on natural medicines in the tropics. We have a branch here in Bamenda, Caneroon.

Lisbeth
Jan 23
Jan 23

Dear Conny,
God will surely blessed you for this kind gesture. If we got more of you in the world, there will not be record of poverty.
Well done ;-).
Regards

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

Thank you, sister.
Hugs from Shamu

Lisbeth
Jan 24
Jan 24

Welcome dear :-)

Elizabeth Ziro
Jan 23
Jan 23

Education is power.
Glad you are supporting Aisha and you intend to get sponsors to rescue more girls in Kenya. All the best Conny.
Anytime you are around in Kenya, we can always plan and meet. Do have a fab day

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

Nice to meet you Elizabeth.
Mabey one day we can meet

Regards Conny.

Anita Shrestha
Jan 24
Jan 24

Dear Sis
Great job you are doing. Thank you very much for your supportive nature. God always love you

Conny Shamu
Jan 24
Jan 24

We love you too sister
.We are all one and need to help one another.