WorldVision and clinic transitions

There of course are a lot of news to tell about my life changing so rapidly.

I started a job with World Vision Albania on June, few days after my fiance Jay left for USA.

I work in the sponsorship departament there dealing with child/sponsor correspondence.Also few months later WVA asked me to be a consultant for making their Christian Commitment Strategy. This was a new field that I havent work on before, but I was deligent and now that I have submited the project and got very good feedback, I am pleased that I accepted the responsibility.

Meanwhile the clinic was run by Manjola, with my supervision. This was the time to see how things will go when I will be gone. Manjola has been up to the task and have managed to do all the work by herself.

We have a lot of visits and are already booked till March.

Rudi is back from Italy, with her baby boy, Daniel. He is adorable, quaiet and attentive.She will go back to the clinic work on February First.

Ilda is our new teenage helper. She is full of energy and ready to help and to learn. She will be a valuable member of the team and we are pleased to have her with us.

On the 6th March 2005, my wedding will be held at Disciples Church in Durres, Albania.

It will be the day to celebrate our union in marriage and the goodness of our Lord.

One Reply to “WorldVision and clinic transitions”

  1. Visit to Albania

    Dear All,

    I have been reading about the work you are doingin the area. I am visiting Albania in the summer, I have a deaf nice who lives in Albania and I would love to come and visit you and the church with her. Her family have been looking for children and familys with the same needs as them and are at a loss. They have been unable to find any support.

    Do you have a contact number, or address where the family could come and visit?

    Kind Regards

    Kelly Stafa

    United Kingdom

    [Submitted by kellystafa]
    Thursday 17 March 2005

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