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Omagh’s South West College and DAFA e-learning suite.

A joint venture between Southwest College and DAFA is set to begin very shortly. After visits from Zambia to South West College in March 2013 the project is now progressing very well.

The new computer suite, funded by DAFA is ready to go!

Since September South West College have been teaching nine students the Edexcel Level 3 Diploma in IT.  They have just completed the first two units of the programme and are progressing very well.  Ashling McKenna, a former student of the College who was out in Zambia over Christmas, had the opportunity of meeting and filming them.  She has produced the following video on how the programme has made an impact on their lives.

DAFA & The Goodlife Orphanage

This year DAFA is supporting the medical needs of three very special children at ‘The Goodlife Orphanage’. They are Michelle and Laurence who both suffer from Cerebral Palsy and Michael who has brain damage. Having visited these children recently their progress has been quite amazing. Although they would have been cared for at the orphanage in any event, DAFA’s contribution has meant that they have made real and significant progress and have had proper medical attention.

Jamie Spencer’s Diary #3

Tuesday August 8th – Friday August 11th
Published: 16/08/2006 (Sport) JAMIE SPENCER. Reproduced by kind permission of the Racing Post.
‘I have seen how DAFA can make a difference – better to keep a small light alive than curse against darkness.’
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Jamie Spencer’s Diary #2

Monday August 7th
Published: 16/08/2006 (Sport) JAMIE SPENCER. Reproduced by kind permission of the Racing Post.
‘All around people were dropping like flies. I remember thinking, Jesus, this is mass murder.’
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Jamie Spencer’s Diary #1

Friday, August 4th
Published: 15/08/2006 (Sport) JAMIE SPENCER. Reproduced by kind permission of the Racing Post.
‘I got a text that Ouija Board had won the Nassau – it didn’t seem to register, somehow’
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