This project was started by Anne (childcare worker). A short summary:
• Keep the environment clean and green
• Raise awareness of natural herbal drinks that improve health
• Create an organic garden
Fortunately, the corona virus has not yet spread to Msambweni on the South Coast of Kenya, where the children's village is located. However, the children are still in isolation in the children's village and the schools might not reopen before the end of the year.
Since we would like to expand the range of services offered by the clinic, it would be great if we could offer accommodation to doctors who are on standby or doctors who support us in Kenya. Therefore we would like to finish their accommodation possibility.
The children of the Nice View Children's Village and the Nice View Trust Foundation in Kenya wish their godparents, friends and supporters Happy Easter and hope that you all stay healthy! They also thank you for not forgetting them.
Mshila is currently at home for 6 weeks. The tendon was successfully repaired and the skin transplanted. In the meantime, a plate has already been inserted and bones have been wired (pieces of bone are missing).
Nine years have passed since the film team visited Nice View in 2011. Petra Hölge, Torsten Winkler & Holger Schüppel once again accompanied the life and development of the projects on the south coast of Kenya with the camera .... Here is a foretaste .....
After the surgery in Nairobi, Mshila's wound was treated with vacuum sealing for 8 days – originally a 3-day treatment was prescribed, then another 5 days were added. Today the wound looks quite good, but another skin graft as well as a tendon repair will be necessary.
In January 2020 the FLMH team from Berlin, Germany, visited the Nice View Gratitude Academy for the second time. As in 2019, students were actively supported for one week to learn how to work with different media as "Nice View Reporters".