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Nyakiyumbu building bricks for construction - Will have new sponsor soon: Rachel Lyn Edler

Posted: Thu, June 23, 2016 | By: Nyakiyumbu Widows Orphanage Humanist School



​Nyakiyumbu Widows Orphanage School has recently fashioned bricks, to be used in constructing a classroom.

Also, it recently decided it wants to be “Humanist.” Previously it was non-denominational Christian, with a Christian sponsor.

The change in Nyakiyumbu’s belief system requires a new sponsor—and an excellent one has been found - Rachel Lyn Edler.

Rachel is a member of the Richard Dawkins Foundation; she’s a valued member of BBI’s Board of Directors, and she’s the fabulous graphic artist who designs our postcards and fliers.

Rachel previously had her “Rachel Lyn Edler Clinic” at St. Thomas School in Kyarumba. She is swapping that clinic, with the previous Christian sponsor of Nyakiyumbu - who named his “Living Water Clinic.”

After the sign swamp, and the book drive are complete… BBI and Rachel would like to help Nyakiyumbu fund the construction of their new brick classroom.



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