Kware is quite a small site with a lot of people living on in. There are six to eight children sharing each of the bedrooms and each child used to keep their clothes and belongings in a metal box. Well, you can imagine the chaos when the person someone wanted something from the box at the bottom of the pile. This meant that a lot of floor space was taken with the boxes. The Care Center Manager, Mildred Kadenge, suggested the we build some shelves instead. Some money was sent from the UK and a Fundi (tradesman) constructed the shelves. The place is now a lot easier to keep tidy. Even so I expect you can tell which shelves belong to the boys and which to the girls!
The metal boxes were then donated to the Covenant Street Ministry.