A lot happens around TTL in one week. Babies make great strides toward recovery…the Outreach Team brings life-saving care to families in rural villages…and we work to understand how we can continue to meet the needs of the children of Lesotho. I thought I’d share a bit about our week through a few photos.
Spring weather and the chance to enjoy the fresh air makes for some happy babies.
I love this photo because it illustrates how traveling the rough roads of Lesotho often feels…like teetering on the edge of the world…with the sky so close you feel as if you could touch it.
Yes, that’s the same little Reitumetse from above.
A good tickle brings out the smiles pretty quickly too.
His laugh is something I look forward to hearing each day.
The week concluded with an outreach trip to one of the most remote areas in which we work.
The TTLF Fellow is a representative of the North American organisation Touching Tiny Lives Foundation. Based for one year in Mokhotlong, Lesotho, the TTLF Fellow serves in an administrative support capacity for the Basotho charity Touching Tiny Lives (TTL).