African Blessings Blog

African Blessings Blog

Wash Upon A Star!

Wash Upon A Star!

One of our goals at African Blessings is to be a safe and nurturing home for orphaned or abandoned children. Through the establishment of the Jochebed Children’s Village, we work to create a home where every individual is sheltered, cared for and provided with an environment and education to ensure the development of each child’s

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Arbor Day

Arbor Day 2020

Trees play a vital role in the sustainability of the environment we live in. They help to take in harmful pollutants and greenhouse gases and release clean oxygen for us to breathe. They are also important for biodiversity – one tree can be home to hundreds of vital insects, animals and plants. Trees are also

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Hope in the midst of the loneliness

Hope in the midst of the loneliness

He lives alone. Old, retired and on lockdown during the COVID-19 virus outbreak. He resides in the United Kingdom in the vast city of London. Life can be lonely as the world hurries and rushes by and an old gentleman is easily ignored as if he does not exist. But he does exist. He lives

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Family

Family

Lockdown has given us additional time to think deeply, re-prioritize and re-evaluate, and to make new life decisions. So many funny and entertaining messages with visuals have landed on our phones as families have had to learn to get on and share space and time. This has led to families learning how to manage frustrations

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A Donkey Party on the Farm

There was a donkey caucus on the 16th of April here at our Community Critter Care sanctuary. It was Zara’s birthday! She pointed her best ear right at me and made me promise not to give away her age. As her name means princess, I decided to honour her request! So, what was the ‘caucus’

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