This is Prince. He boards at MICS, the community school in Macha, rural Zambia. He needs a suitable wheel chair to use around rough-ground Macha. An organisation has kindly donated one. It is in a container in the USA. It can’t be shipped till there are funds. Until it comes, Prince is having great difficulty wheeling around the village and school complex.
Director of MICS, Ronda Krause, says this:
If you would like to help with the shipping costs of the container, which is full of donated/purchased provisions for the dormitory block for MICs, then it would be appreciated by the school leaders, community and children alike.
And for Prince, the sooner he can get into his chair, the sooner he can gain more independence. Ronda says:
‘His friends at boarding pray every night that Prince’s wheel chair will get here fast for him. They see how he struggles and how necessary it is for him.’
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