For the next Speed Hiking event, to be held on 30th September 2017, Eino and the Ondundu Organisation are welcoming children with disabilities.
Those children are from the Môreson Special School for the Cognitively Impaired, in Windhoek. They will join in the competition to get to the crest of the hill.
The Môreson School caters for 150 intellectually impaired learners from all over Namibia. (…)
Most of our learners come from very poor families; some are orphans, abused and neglected children.
Our school is situated in Khomasdal and we accommodate learners with physical and mental impairments. We try to teach our learners to become independent and self-reliant.
Found out more on their Facebook page Môreson Special School for the Cognitively Impaired
As Eino says:
“It’s going to be a tough one but we shall make it. We will be taking up the blind, hearing impaired and the physical challenged to take up the initiative and to shine and give hope to those that have given up in life that it’s never to hard to reach the top / success.”
We can’t say any better! Thanks Eino for all your initiatives towards the youth in Windhoek over the years – I am glad that we could be part of your adventure and I am really proud of all your advances.