On Friday a group of people from Tongo in the Talensi Nabdam's district were at the Gowrie Kunkua community to learn some traditional farming and decided to visited the camp at Kunkua and were impressed about the program and requested that camps be organized in their area next academic year.
On Monday of this week, a parent and a headteacher of a beneficiary school visited the Kunkua library to see how the camps were going on, and how his students were doing at the camp. He promised to support the staff and the organizer of the camps in the way he could.
Over at Sherigu, a parent visited the camp to see how things were going and the find out how many books his child had read so far. He said that the child was in class five last year and took part in the camp and improved upon his reading ability. He was able to give a record of how many books the boy read last year: 48 books.
More kids keep coming every day from other schools to plead for us to add their names to the camps. Some this students e.g. from Sumbrungu were attending private school in Bolga, and so were not in local schools and so were not eligible to be selected for the camps..