Ticiele de Camargo is a writer from Brazil. She is the Author of 'Vontade de Escrever I and II' (My Wish to Write I and II) released in 2015, 2016 and 2017 (english version) at the International Book Fair in Rio, Brazil. Ticiele also run a non-governamental project in Mozambique called Criancas Avivadas/Hands of Hope helping children in need.
Oie!! essas fotos são de hoje cedo, o Sr Domingos me enviou. Nas fotos podemos ver a distribuição dos alimentos comprados com as arrecadações e também, a celebração por mais um dia de vida. Hoje tivemos na faixa de 70 crianças participando conosco.
Photos from this morning, sharing the food with the locals and celebrating one more day of blessings and joy. Today we had around 70 children taking part of our service at the small church.
Sabe o que aquece o meu coração? cada sorriso estampado, cada mãozinha em movimento, cada piscar de olhos. Isso me ensina o bastante para prosseguir. E aí está o propósito de tudo! Ser presente é o melhor presente! 🎁
Ótimo domingo a todos! ❤️
You know what really matters to me? seeing in each of these smiles, each of these waving hands, each of these blinking eyes the reasons to carry on. This, teaches me enough about living a life with a purpose! Being present is the best present you can have! 🎁
Após tantos dias de sofrimento e extrema escassez causado pelo Ciclone Idai, as crianças do nosso projeto em Dondo (Moçambique), se reuniram hoje para AGRADECER aos céus e orar por todos que contribuíram com as arrecadações. ❤️ 🙌🏼
Com o dinheiro arrecadado temos providenciado comida para várias famílias da comunidade de Dondo: na faixa de 60 crianças + seus pais.
Nessa foto, tirada há poucas horas, mostra algumas que se reencontraram hoje.
Infelizmente, tivemos a confirmação hoje que 8 crianças do projeto e seus pais ainda não retornaram ao Dondo, encontram-se desaparecidas. 😪
Sabemos que com a chegada do Ciclone muitas famílias foram dispersas, perderam seus lares e tudo o que tinham mas foram acolhidas por outras organizações humanitárias e esperamos que eles estejam lá. 🙏🏼 Só saberemos com o tempo, muita gente ainda está desaparecida.
Por agora, não temos palavras suficientes para agradecer aos que nos ajudaram com cada centavo, cada remessa, cada oração. Ainda temos uma longa estrada pela frente mas juntos, somos mais fortes e podemos ir além.
Ajude-nos se você puder. Seja como for, toda ajuda é MUITO bem-vinda.
Desejamos a todos um domingo de paz e muita comunhão.
These pictures are from today. The children from our project have been reunited this morning to give thanks to God and pray for those that helped.
Since that the Cyclone Idai hit the coast of Mozambique, many have been dislocated, families were disjointed due to the chaos that vanished their homes and everything they had.
Unfortunately today we got informed that about 8 children from our project and their parents are missing. They haven’t returned home since the catastrophe and we are hoping that they are being looked after in the shelters provided by others humanitarian organisations.
Please keep them all in your prayers and if you would like to help, get in touch. We are feeding about 60 children not to mention their parents. We need more help to get them food, personal care products and a product that filters the water.
Lastly, we would like to thank everyone that has helped us so far. No words are able to measure our gratitude.
thankfully, with the money we raised a few days ago, we managed to get 3 more sacks of rice 🍚 to feed the locals. This won’t be enough to feed them for many days. We are helping 60 children, not to mention their parents and friends. We need more help. 🙏🏼
If you’d like to help, please get in touch.
in the meantime, we’d like to say that we can’t express our gratitude in words but certainly ☝🏼 God will bless abundantly each of you that helped us so far.
Firstly, we can’t express our gratitude in words to the people that have contributed with funds to help our project in Dondo, Mozambique.
Since that the Cyclone Idai hit the southeast of Mozambique, 90% of everything has been destroyed. People are homeless facing starvation and dehydration. There’s an ongoing and rising epidemic cholera happening at the moment, not to mention that malaria and typhoid contraction are ongoing as well due to the lack of sanitation and safe drinking water.
Humanitarian organisations, aid agencies are over there helping, governments are also targeting and treating these pestilences however, there are still many many people struggling to survive.
In the past days we have received help from families, friends and friends of friends who touched our hearts by expressing their thoughts and concerns about Mozambique and the critical state that the locals have been facing since the catastrophe took place.
Today, Domingos has sent more photos and updates. Over 60 children excluding their parents are being helped with the donations we raised so far. This morning, Domingos and his wife went to the local market to buy more food. On his way, he met this woman (in the picture), she has a disease and needs urgent treatment and care. Domingos has given her some milk powder and money for medicines.
It is heartbreaking to see the world we live in from their perspective. We don’t know what tragedy really feels like in comparison to theirs. We are helping each other with what we can and we need more help.
If you would like to take part of this appeal and foster one’s life for a while, please get in touch. Your help will be very appreciated by all of us. Your donations will go straight to Domingos who will take care of the children, families and send us updates.
May God give us strength to help the poor and love to fight the evil.