Michael and Dorothy Patton: “Travelling to Moldova – learning a lot about yourselves and ourselves.”

Several years ago Michael and Dorothy Patton, teachers from England, sought early retirement. No, they did not see themselves staying at home and today they continue volunteering while working with children from different countries, including Moldova. In two weeks spent in our country these creative people managed to carry out many activities, all of them

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Difficulties faced by a young family

Jumir family knows what hardship means. In the village Rusestii Noi, Hincesti district, in a small house with two rooms, seven people try to survive with two low salaries. An incurable disease made ​​the father of the family, Constantin handicapped. Hisson, Nicholai, does not work because of epilepsy. It’s only the grandmother Ana and her

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Hannah Wigger: Children from Moldova are special for me!

Summer 2012 Hannah Wigger came again in Moldova. Here she got acquainted with her new sponsored child, Daniela Dubita. Hannah has told us what motivates her and why she finds growing up a child really a hard task. -How did you decide to become sponsor of a child from Moldova? -Since the first time I

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Matthew Rellaford: “Children from Moldova are really much more respectful…”

What motivates you to come for the second time at Esther House and do theSummer Camp? The main thing was my greatest desire to care about children and serve them.  How do you find the children at Esther House, did they made any progress since your last visit? Definitely, the majority of the children became

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Ana Medved: Swimming is a perfect exercise for children and adults

Despite the fact that Ana Medved is very busy at school, she always wanted to swim. Due to her sponsor, Ana now finds time for swimming lessons and with pleasure goes to the pool. – Ana, why out of all sports you have chosen namely swimming? – Recently I’ve heard that swimming is the only

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