2nd Trip to Luputa X: the children

There is nothing more rewarding than working with and being around the children here in the Congo. They are inquisitive, happy, playful, and a joy to be around. Here are a few of the many children we met here in Luputa!

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Who doesn’t want to be in the Congo?

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