The Namibian (Windhoek)

Namibia: All Smiles at The Katutura Hospital

Tri Sumartono, the current chair of the Association of Diplomatic Spouses (ADS) , with Theresa van Zyl (4). ADS held its annual fundraising dinner in October and with the money raised they held a Christmas party for about 130 children at the Katutura Hospital this weekend.

The children were treated to cake and cooldrinks and all received a pack with toiletries and a gift. ADS will also give the 80 children of the Oprah Creche the same party. The Help the Helpless Children Kindergarten in Rundu also benefited from the fundraising as well as the Mpe Thuto Hostel in Gobabis which received brand new lockers for the dormitories. Last year they received new beds and mattresses for the hostel.

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