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An OVC Camp Testimony: Sowing Seeds for their Future

Austin Njandu is the father of two girls who attended the camp, Eunice and Muntinta.

He tells us how prior to the camp, the girls wouldn't engage in men's work. The camp taught them the importance of contributing to family responsibilites. Now they herd animals and other things.

101_0817_webEunice and Muntinta Njandu with their father Austin

He says the camp also taught his daughters freedom of expression. They will now advise him when he makes decisions. "They have become counsellors for the family and are able to help their younger sisters".


Muntinta Njandu:

"The camp advised that I should pay much attention to school work so in the future I can help my family. I will also freely help my parents without being forced".

"Throught the spiderweb game, I learnt how I could overcome hardship".


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