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Happyness Joshua Mbise

Mama Kay asked us to share our words about our experience from the time we lived at the Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home.  These are my words.

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GOODNESS AND UNITY

I have traveled with Safari Kay to Tanzania on “2” of her journeys. The animals were incredible but the CHILDREN of the Leaders of Tomorrow Children’s Home was the highlight of both my incredible experiences.

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PLAYIN’ DADDY

When my husband and I entered the school compound, we saw colorful murals painted on many of the buildings. These buildings housed dormitories, workshops, common areas, and classrooms. Shade trees and flowering bushes created a cool canopy from the warm weather.

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MY SPECIAL TUNIC

At Pete’s school there is a small number of staff. One young woman Mwajabu, helped herd the children to Pete’s apartment to listen to his story with us (his guests).

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HIGHLIGHT OF MY TRIP

My experience at UAACC was amazing. It has been nearly 6 years since I’ve traveled to Tanzania,  but I remember it like it was yesterday. Listening to the stories of Pete O’Neal is like none other.

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OVERCOME WITH EMOTION ON MY FIRST VISIT

My name is Millie.  My first trip to Tanzania was in February, 2013 and Safari Kay included a visit to UAACC. All of Kay’s guests brought suitcases full of clothes, books, toys and medicine for Pete, Charlotte and the children.

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THE ‘IT” TRIP

My friend and I had been taking trips (mostly in the U.S.) together for over 10 years when she stumbled upon Safari Kay’s “Make a Difference” trip to Tanzania.

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CHANGING LIVES

My sister Janet and I had a wonderful time visiting the children at the school. It was so rewarding to see your (Kay’s) efforts are truly paying off for the children. They have a very nice classroom for their lessons and to learn life skills.

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NURTURING MY NEW FAMILY

Where do I even begin? The prospect of being able to go visit and hang out with this group of kids was overwhelming. I knew I would instantly fall in love, and some friends even joked, “You’re not bringing kids home with you, are you?”

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THE ‘IT” TRIP

My friend and I had been taking trips (mostly in the U.S.) together for over 10 years when she stumbled upon Safari Kay’s “Make a Difference” trip to Tanzania.

NURTURING MY NEW FAMILY

Where do I even begin? The prospect of being able to go visit and hang out with this group of kids was overwhelming. I knew I would instantly fall in love, and some friends even joked, “You’re not bringing kids home with you, are you?”

OVERCOME WITH EMOTION ON MY FIRST VISIT

My name is Millie.  My first trip to Tanzania was in February, 2013 and Safari Kay included a visit to UAACC. All of Kay’s guests brought suitcases full of clothes, books, toys and medicine for Pete, Charlotte and the children.