Here is part 2 of this remarkable story. Thank you Cynthia for sharing it.
When Kamala-Jean saw the school for the first time, she sat in the car and started to cry.
“I said to the driver: ‘Just give me a moment, please.’ “
Kamala-Jean had “no notion” that a simple conversation in a Cape Town market would cause so many things to change.
When she met Happy, he was a market vendor whose chances in life seemed very limited. Now, he’d not only returned to school at age 23; he was suddenly in charge of building one!
While Kamala-Jean and People Bridge continued raising funds in Canada, Happy bought the building materials – bricks and sand for walls, cement for the floor, zinc for the roof, glass for the windows. Next, he hired the workers.
The school, they expected, would attract about 40 children. Then one day Kamala-Jean got an email.
“Happy emailed me and said, ‘Mum, I registered 70 students in…
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