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Keziya News:

  • LIFE AT KEZIYA CHILDREN’S HOME
                      Recent pictures sent to us by the Keziya Staff

    Simon Oyikura divides the jackfruit while the others wait patiently to enjoy it.  The large melon came from a tree planted in the compound by Rev. Otto.  It was watered from the borehole (the well) that Shared Blessings provided.

    Rachael fetching water from the       Merriam playing and dancing   borehole.                                           in the compound.
    The Keziya “football” team.  Team captain, Jacob Ayella, is in front with the ball.  Notice that in this rough and tumble soccer game, no one wears shoes.
    GRADUATION DAY AT SHARED BLESSINGS SCHOOL

    This is the building on Kampala Road that Shared Blessings built for Keziya’s use.
    Parents dance with joy at the graduation ceremony of their children.

    Middle picture shows children performing for the crowd, complete with a microphone.  In the bottom picture, they are eager to open presents.  Rev. Otto makes sure that there is a nicely wrapped gift for every child.
  • January 21, 2014 (by Audrey Foster) – Douglas Olum has dealt with many challenges in his life, having been abducted by the LRA when he was just nine years old and forced to be a child soldier for several years.  The horrors he witnessed and was forced to take part in took their toll.  With the help of the Rev. Otto Naptali, Director of Keziya Children’s Home, Douglas learned to count on God to free him from the past.  He has written a book about his abduction, Child Soldier, which we will alert you about when published.  Here is his account of achieving a dream.My graduation was like a dream