The Nice View children are kind of isolated in the children's village, selected employees now live there and no one is allowed to enter the children's village without a good reason. School education has been taken over by Haji and Lavenda, who will certainly be actively supported by Martin and Dorothy (who came home from university). Attention is now paid to hygiene even more than before, and the stocks have been increased.
The ambulance has arrived in Kenya in the meantime, but the question is whether it can be registered soon since the registration authority has been closed. It could be used well if the situation should get worse. There are 'only' 42 reported cases. Nevertheless, the Nice View Clinic has also increased its storage with oxygen, antibiotics, etc.
Mwanajuma, who worked in a cottage, has lost her job because there are no more guests. This also applies to Regina, who worked in a cosmetic studio. There is no work for her either.
In addition, the borders are closed, which means that two club members were trapped in Kenya for more than 2 weeks. They hadn't been able to get a flight. Yesterday (March 29th) they were finally on the way to Mombasa, since the ferries are only in operation from 11:00 to 14:00. Hopefully today they will fly home as part of the German return campaign.
We wish all the best. As one of the Nice View children from the very beginning wrote: god is there.
We'll keep you informed.
Your team of Projekt Schwarz-Weiß e.V.