|Kaana beams! Photo courtesy Naankuse.|
In 2009, I and my wife Kay ( yes, another good subject for this K day, but I'm not allowed to talk to much about that wonderful lady) met up with our daughter Emma who flew down from the UK, and with youngest Elissa who flew in from Wellington, NZ and we had a family volunteer experience at Naankuse.
Kanna, along with the other Bushman children were missing out completely on even basic schooling, so Naankuse, with largely the help of volunteers had set up a basic school. The aim was to teach all ages the basics to enable them to enroll at mainstream schools in Windhoek. The plan unfolded with the building of Clever Cubs School at Naankuse. Boy, digging those foundations in the hot sun was hard, but satisfying work! Clever Cubs officially opened a few months after our return.
|The building photo courtesy Naankuse.|
|Clever Cubs opening photo courtesy Naankuse.|