GIVE ME A BREAK
In Besishahar just before our trip to the schools that we support. We decided to stay at a better hotel, they had offered us a good deal and we had to leave the car somewhere safe before our trip.
I just had to blog there is nothing else for it. I am surrounded by large charity organisations on a jolly or sorry a networking weekend. They are having a great time, the money spent on this jolly could educate so many of the children in this area for the rest of their lives.
I have trouble in dealing with this corporate inclusion of charities, they are meeting business’s. Many would say that it is like business. But I have to say the whole thing makes me so very very angry. I am in the same room as them now. They are speaking loudly and obviously know nothing about this country. They have never experienced what we experience, the hard trekking the toilets in the rock of the mountain. They have certainly not come face to face with real poverty and of course have little empathy with it.
This blog actually rings more true after the devastation that we have just seen.