Baby Bouncing!

November 7, 2014Accounting, Butembo, Compassion Orphanage, Mbambu Kiharami Dorcas

How is your money accounted for? See this report from the orphange in Butembo.

This is how they used the $700 we sent them in January 2014. It is in French, but some of the detailed reporting includes:

  • 200 Kg of manioc flour at $100
  • 200 Kg of beans at $150
  • bananas, potatoes and sweet potatoes $109.50
  • 2 loads of cooking wood $60;  medical bills of the orphans $53
  • one baby bouncer $30 – see the picture of baby Peter!

Semiliki Trust Accounts January 2014

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