Camp 2018 was a success! Over 90% of the NRCA students attended grammar and senior camp. Together with the students, volunteers, and NRCA staff, everyday was a fun, new adventure. Children were able to mingle with old friends and make new friends. They enjoyed nutritional meals and new experiences during field trips. The field trips to William Holden Animal Foundation and Ngare Ndare Forest Trust offered students great exposure to natural resources and the opportunity to learn about conservation. Students were also able to engage in fun sports activities, problem solving games, crazy games and Olympics. There was a great show of team spirit and collaboration during camp!
The camp theme this year was “I am in charge!” One student wrote,“The doctor told her I had already done as much as what they were to do and that really encouraged my dream of becoming a surgeon when I grow up. Since that day I appointed myself in charge of any injuries in the house and treat them very well because the doctors’ saying really enabled me to know how good one feels after helping a patient become normal again.”
Because of you, NRCA students know that they are in charge of their future and their dreams. Thank you for taking charge to make a positive change in the lives of our students.