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Dear friends,

Pictures: Our pastor Jan Gillisjans visiting; on Sunday in the Gampela church; lots of people!; Jiska is 12!!

Dear friends,

 

In the meanwhile, the April heat has come.. We get 42°C during the day and 29°C at night.

 

We surely hope the nights will stay reasonable next week, we are going to do a mobile clinic in a remote place called Mahadaga, 8-9h East from the capital with a team of 27 people. This clinic has been planned for quite a while and a group of 10 students of Lydia’s school are coming on a Mission Trip to help us. They prepared a bible story and games for the children and most of the 10 students are interested in medical work. It’s going to be an adventure, because we also need to cook ourselves and make sure we don’t forget to bring essential things because there’s not much available there. Our own children are coming too, they look forward to the trip!

 

We hope to see between 500-700 children and will do the trip in different stages. The end of the road is really bad and we travel with several cars. We appreciate your prayers for this week! We leave for the first leg of the trip on Sunday afternoon, and hope to be back in Ouagadougou around noon on April 11.

 

We also would appreciate your prayers for my (Ineke’s) trip to Belgium that same night. I’m going to meet Lydia, who will be in Belgium already. She needs a procedure on April 14 and we are thankful that I can be there with her. After bringing Lydia back to school, I will travel back to Burkina Faso where Peter, Jiska and Phoebe continue their work/school.

 

We are thankful for: The mobile clinic in Réo two weeks ago where 500 children were treated, Ineke’s trip to belgium, Lydia’s procedure, and that Ineke is regaining some strength after being quite sick last week.

 

Please pray for: Lydia’s procedure on April 14th, that all will go well. For Peter, Jiska and Phebe who stay in Burkina, for a good clinic next week and that many children will be touched by the love of Christ, for no technical problems with the trucks, for health while not sleeping great with the heat, that we would make it in time to Ouaga as planned. Liesbeth, who is pretty tired as she finishes her term after an exceptional long and cold winter. The temperature is finally above 0°C again!

 

Many greetings from us all, God bless!

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

 

PS: please note the changed codes below

 

 

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

 

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds for personal support, code 71pl becomes 71008 for the hospital and code 73pl becomes 73015 for the mobile clinics

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Pictures: our intern for a month: Joost Glissenaar; our four nursing interns this year on an internship of 3.5 months; children to be examined in Diapaga: waiting for their turn in the church; everyone is in line for medication and a toothbrush plus toothpaste; organization of the registration; on the way back from Diapaga, walking along the fence of the 2nd piece of land; fence; our 22th wedding anniversary; March 8: international Women’s Day Edition Burkina Faso! Peter is standing his ground.

 

Dear Friends,

 

During the months February and March we have had some atypical temperatures this year! The nights remain cool and the temperatures don’t rise as high as usually, we’re not complaining even though it sometimes reaches 40 ° C during the day already!

 

Our highlights from the past weeks:

 

-Several clinics in the area of Ouagadougou, and a clinic for a week 7 hours away ( by car) from Diapaga in the East of the country. In total, more than 1,000 children were seen, of which some 140 orphans. The dental clinic went along for the first 500 children and they had a lot of work! Among the last 575 children 11(!) children had dental care needs.

-Arrival of the interns: Joost Glissenaar from Dilbeek (medical student, he has already left) and nursing trainees Marie, Silke, Enya and Tine from KHLeuven. They will stay until half May.

- Arjo has coordinated the building of the fence on the 2nd piece of land before his departure. He also finished many details in building project with Sylvain, who he is training.

-We have been given official permission to buy at the ‘CAMEG’, this is the cheaper official central purchasing center where they sell generic medicines .

-David and Dr. Kiswendsida are manning the hospital and see between 5-15 patients per day.

-We celebrated our 22th wedding anniversary on February 22 with Jiska and Phebe.

-Jiska participated in the 30-hour fasting challenge of youthgroup for the first time: she has passed the test well and can be sponsored for the projects they are doing for the poor here in Burkina.

-Our pastor Jan Gillisjans from Zaventem came to visit last Friday, he will stay for 10 days.

 

In the coming weeks, there are again some 1,000 children scheduled for mobile clinic examination. We are very encouraged by the children near Diapaga. The impact of 60 years of education and openness of spirit that came after the work of missionaries in the region was striking! The children were clearly less ill, they had a better (dental) hygiene, they were not afraid of adults and understood everything so much better, what a blessing! We hope to go eastwards again between April 6-11, with a group of students from Lydia’s school. They are high school students who are interested in ‘medical missions’. That will be quite an undertaking, as the place is really in a remote corner of the country and we have to travel with 26 people. Our youngest kids are coming along this time.

 

We are grateful that it is going well with Jiska and Phebe at school, and that we were able to leave them with friends during the clinic week we did at Diapaga.

 

Liesbeth and Lydia also appreciate where they are, and they are doing well.

Many greetings from us all, God bless!

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

 

 

 

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

 

Please note the changed codes!

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds for personal support, code 71pl becomes 71008 for the hospital and code 73pl becomes 73015 for the mobile clinics

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Pictures: a selection of the many pictures we have from the day: cooking in the middle of the night; ready to go (in the pouring rain); arrival of the minister of health; Peter’s speech; a group sings a blessing over the hospital; a group of dancers; part of the guests; donation of medicine from the ministry; cutting the ribbon; Peter’s turn to cut; Arjo gives explanations about the plans; interview with the press;  visiting the rooms; the table of honor; the last helpers of the day; what a day, what a blessing and joy!

Dear friends,

This time, our newsflash is entirely dedicated to the official opening of the Paam Laafi hospital on January 18th. We received the visit of a delegation of Tearfund Belgium, they stayed a week and have also visited the Pan Bila project. Peter’s parents also came for the occasion. All visitors left on January 24th.

We are very thankful that everything went well that day. It was a fantastic day for the whole Paam Laafi team and the many guests.

The big day started with a totally unexpected rainstorm. This is unseen in the middle of dry season! The tents we rented for protection against the sun, now served as rain protection as it kept raining a little bit during the ceremony.

In spite of the warning for an opposition manifestation the same day (this was also unseen, as ten thousands of people came on the streets in the whole country in a peaceful march) a whole lot of guests came to celebrate this opening. On the program were different speeches, we listened to Peter, the director of Tearfund, the mayor of Saaba and the minister himself. After the benediction prayer by dr Kiswendsida’s father, who is a pastor in the neighboring little town, we proceeded to the cutting of the ribbon.

2 local groups sung a blessing and danced for the public. The ministry of health gave us a number of different types of medication and we showed the official guests the rooms. The last part consisted in a meal for everyone. We estimate that about 750 people shared our meal and luckily that all went well.

Tired but happy, we went home after cleaning up the last bits and we thanked God for all the answered prayers. What touched us the most was the help and collaboration of so many volunteers who each did what they do best and contributed to the success of the day. Heartwarming!

The next Monday morning, 7 patients lined up at the hospital door. It’s going to be busier now, especially after the news got out on the radio, the TV and the newspaper. The work goes on!

Prior to this all, we had the visit of Liesbeth and Lydia. We are very thankful that both of them could spend time here with us around Christmas. They each started the second semester at their schools and are doing well.

Soon we will have more news about the plans for this coming Spring, but we already expect 4 nurse-interns and 1 medical student intern on February 5th and 6th.

Many greetings from us all, God bless!

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds’ (instead of former 50 vds for personal support, code 71pl for the hospital and code 73pl for the mobile clinics

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Pictures: the progress of the children’s department before Arjo’s departure; the mobile dental clinic: exchange between Lieve and Jeremy (he helped us all our clinics and does this on a regular basis); the setup; the team at work; education; learning to apply toothpaste; and brushing!: preparing for the game Algeria-Burkina (Burkina is not going to the world cup ..); and at Ian and Heather’s for Thanksgiving

Dear friends,

The month of November has flown by! And today (here to ) it is Sinterklaas! We are also looking forward to Advent, it is really a relief to know that within a few weeks it will be Christmas. Because we’re still having 37 ° C and bright sunshine during the day (and every day)! No storms here in any case ..

Peter got back well from his trip to Belgium and Germany, where he visited Lydia. They had a very nice time together. In Belgium the program was very full, but the presentations at various churches were really good and many contacts where renewed.

Arjo has continued to work hard on the construction and other technical jobs. He left on the 25th of November and will be back for the preparations for the official opening of the hospital. This will take place on January 18th 2014. In that period we also get a visit from Peter’s parents and a delegation from Tearfund Belgium.

On the 17th of November, our dentist from Belgium, along with her husband, landed. The last three weeks they have done a mobile dental clinic in schools where we had a regular mobile clinic first. The children who needed dental care were on the list for follow-up and now we’ve had time to finish the list! They helped about 200 children, which is huge!

Many adults were surprised that they not only came to pull teeth, because that’s about what happens here in most cases, if there is any dental care at all. These kids are so lucky that their cavities (or many cavities in some cases!) got filled, abscesses treated etc.

They also gave all these children a lesson on dental care, with colorful prints and a tooth brushing demonstration. Many of these children do not know how to put toothpaste on the brush for example. In many cases, there is a lack of knowledge about dental hygiene and we now hope that these sessions and the experience in the chair will encourage to brush. We are very grateful for their visit and all the help!

It is the intention to continue these clinics on a regular basis with the material they have brought, because there is a great need for this type of care. In February, we get four nursing students from KH-Leuven again for an internship and we have already asked them to work on a project around dental awareness and prevention.

Now the countdown to the arrival Lydia and then Liesbeth has begun. Lydia is arriving on the 16th of December and Liesbeth on the 23rd of December! Now it is getting very close. Both are doing very well in their schools and look forward to the Christmas season with us.

Many greetings from us,

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds’ (instead of former 50 vds for personal support, code 71pl for the hospital and code 73pl for the mobile clinics

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News from Ouagadougou 83

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Photos: digging trenches for the foundation; a few steps further; filled with sand; Arjo is helping to finish the lab; reporting to the chief of the village that the consultations can begin, as a team; prayer on the first day; Peter’s patient; mobile clinic Sakoula; Jiska was there too; the cover of the 2014 Calendar!

Dear Friends,

It’s been a while since you heard from us, the adaptation to ‘a new norm’ has something to do with that, but also the work has increased.

Thank you for all the encouraging comments on our first opening-day of the hospital, October 1st. It was quite exciting but the patients were not drumming at the door. One by one people started coming, often with pretty complex diseases and they had been everywhere already. Peter’s first patient was a young woman, 20 years old, with severe leukemia. She is the 4th wife of an older man, who is taking very good care of her. It is quite a story in itself to explain how miracles have really happened in the rapid diagnosis (incl. lab), in the realization of a treatment that is not obvious here. She is doing better, but she’s certainly not healed yet…

Meanwhile, the construction of the children’s department is progressing but there is a lot involved. Because of the lower ground there had to be an awful huge amount of sand deposited in the foundation. Arjo has his hands filled with this construction job and we are grateful for his contribution! Also, he has done a lot in preparing the finishing of the consulting rooms and pharmacy / lab. He has been a great help.

The work is increasing, and the team feels it. During the first weeks of October Paam Laafi did a medical examination in a business and that didn’t go as hoped. It is a blessing to have that part of the work, especially to raise local funds. But with a small team, you are not as flexible and are more vulnerable to external factors that can mess with the plan. Peter, Dr. David and Kiswendsida see patients at the hospital, and that’s going well so far. We have also done a mobile clinic in Sakoula, the village where the first mobile clinic started in 2008. Jiska was there with her class of the International School. She was so proud that her classmates had enjoyed this and was very happy that day;-)

We are still using the car of friends, but hope to get our car subjected to a thorough diagnosis. There seems to be a new, good, mechanic in town …

The children are doing well. Both Jiska and Phebe here with us, as Liesbeth and Lydia in their respective schools and their families. We miss each other much, and are counting down to Christmas! Peter is now at Lydia for a visit (everybody was looking forward to that). Wednesday, October 30th he will travel to Belgium for the Family Day on November 1st and various presentations in the following churches ,the church of Koekelare on Nov 2, 19:30 in West Flanders), Zaventem (EGZ, 14h), Waterloo (Christian Center on 4/11), Charleroi (5/11) and Herselt (6/11). He flies back to Burkina on Nov 7th.

We have put together a new annual calendar, with the help of Michaël Hellemont, and it will be for sale from the 1st of November onward. This is an annual tradition and helps the project and us a lot financially. If you want to order please contact Daniël Van Dingenen (daniel.van.dingenen@hotmail.com) or +32.50.31.24.00.

Thank you all for your support and prayers!

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds’ (instead of former 50 vds for personal support, code 71pl for the hospital and code 73pl for the mobile clinics

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Newsflash about building the hospital

Dear friends,

Tomorrow is the big day! The day we will start with consultations on the hospital site! We’ve been working for years to get to this point and here we are… In the meanwhile, we’ve been able to almost finish the lab and we just finished a training on our brand new hematology machine!

Last Friday we went to inform the village chief and elders about about the good news of the start of consultations. They are very pleased this day has come!.Vrijdag nog waren we bij de dorpschef en de andere dorpsverantwoordelijken om het goede nieuws te brengen van de start van de consultaties. Ze zijn maar wat blij dat het zover is.

Arjo de Vroome is back and has been working hard and just started with the building of the pediatric ward.

We would like to invite you to pray with us for the start of the consultations tomorrow at 9.00 GMT. Let’s lift this hospital up to the Lord and that many will be saved!

In Him,

Peter en Ineke

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Pictures: The container: the mural is finished; Jiska and Phebe want to go with their sisters J; Liesbeth and her host family in Houghton, NY; Liesbeth with the music building in the background; Lydia and her host family in Kandern, Germany; Lydia on the first day at Black Forest Academy; the latest development: new bricks arrived for the building (the truck has a funny sign).

Dear friends,

Breaking news: since this morning, we hold the official agreement from the Ministry of Health to start medical work on our hospital grounds! The minister of Health has signed the final paper and sent an observer to visit and inspect the site this afternoon. That means the medical work can start very soon. Praise God!

Other very good news is that Ineke is back in Ouagadougou, after having been away a whole month!

Liesbeth and Lydia are both getting settled at their new homes and schools. The school year has started for both of them and they had a good start. Saying goodbye was not easy of course, but we are so thankful for Gods provision is many details and especially for the both wonderful host families. It was good to get to know Liesbeth’s host family and it was a joy to meet again with our good friends where Lydia is hosted! The family used to live here in Burkina Faso for many years.

Liesbeth is studying music and biology at Houghton College (NY) and is very happy with 4 hours of orchestra practice a week. She also has other music courses and has sciences too. She called this week, all excited, because she became the ‘interim’  first violinist during one of the practices! She loves to study the new pieces.

Lydia (Gr 11) has a full load at school, but she is motivated. She has already made new friends, thanks to her new ‘brother’ who has been there since a year already. 52 nationalities are represented in the school! I was amazed to meet families who serve in Northern Iraq, Tajikistan, China etc.

Jiska and Phebe have started school here since almost 4 weeks now! They like their new teachers and it looks like they will have a good year. We are very thankful for this. It feels strange to sit at the table with only 4 time and time again and we miss the girls, but we have a good contact with them and our weekly Skype-conference in 3 time-zones is highlight for the family!

Our colleagues Ian and Heather have been blessed with the birth of their 3rd baby Jonathan on August 27th. We are very thankful that everything went well.

Yesterday morning, Peter was called at 5.30 am. A man –who didn’t sound friendly- wanted to know NOW where he could drop off the bricks for the hospital building… Peter didn’t have a clear answer right away at that time of the day. A few hours later, arrangements were made to wake up the mason or entrepreneur next time. The bricks looked good, so that was good news. The construction of the pediatric ward will start soon and Arjo will arrive from the Netherlands next week to supervise this among other responsibilities.

Peter and Jacob will travel to Belgium around the end of October. They will be present at the big conference for our churches and will do several church visits and presentations as well. Peter will also visit Lydia while he is in Europe. They are counting down the days , it will go fast!

Thank you for your support and prayers,

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds’ (instead of former 50 vds for personal support, code 71pl for the hospital and code 73pl for the mobile clinics

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Hello! in the meantime, we’ve had a great family vacation at the beach and we are getting ready to send Liesbeth and Lydia off to their schools… We appreciate your prayers, also for Ineke who is going to bring both girls. They are leaving here on the 8th and Ineke will be back in Ouagadougou on Sept 7th. It will be a long month for Peter, Jiska and Phebe who stay behind and start school on the 19th already. We also have a car and a place to stay in Belgium, so Praise the Lord!

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Photos: our car broke down during trip to Dano, it had to be towed; upcoming rainstorm in Dano, impressive; Jiska to work: sanding the container, first layer of anti-corrosion coating, Lydia and Vera; Phebe participating; Liesbeth in action; the artists Peter and Lydia! temporary results, team photo, Ian during the CHE program at Paam Laafi, children’s camp in the workplace, many children have never colored!; the water tank is on the roof! stuff you see along the way. . (alive!)

Dear friends,

The last few weeks, we’ve not really been sitting still! School or not, nobody’s bored. After Ineke’s mother left, Vera Hartman has arrived here, she had planned to visit her friends Liesbeth and Lydia ever since we left in 2006. Her the last week here has begun. Here’s a brief overview of the last events (see the many photos):

-At the hospital the work is advancing well. The finishing of the 2nd building is progressing well and a canopy was placed over the two containers. This is now a covered workplace.
-We did a short trip to Dano (300km) and our car broke down 40km before we got there. It was quite suspenseful, in the end we had to be towed all the way back to Ouaga.  Our car is still in the garage, it is becoming a real problem. Luckily we can use a friend’s car, even when we go on a family vacation next weekend. What a blessing!

- Go to Nations, which often assists us with plays and skits, had a team this summer that came to help them. They  stayed at out site , put together a 2-day children’s camp and helped us with organizing our new container (they put in the hospital beds very neatly, although they were very  heavy!)  And they painted of one of the two (rusty) containers. We wanted a mural and they’ll finish it next week.
-Preparing for the departure of Liesbeth and Lydia: more paperwork such as medical examinations, curricula, student visa etc. not to mention cleaning out rooms  and packing suitcases!
-The paperwork for the opening of the hospital has entered the last stage. Since last week (and just in time) a good friend of doctor Jacob is at the head of the department. Marvelous and amazing!

Ineke is leaving with Liesbeth and Lydia on August 8th, they will arrive on the 9th of  August in Brussels . So far we have no prospect of a car, that’s a prayer point. Liesbeth and Ineke leave for the U.S. on the 19th of August. Lydia’s school starts on September 2nd, but Ineke hopes to arrive with Lydia somewhere around the  27th or 28th of  August to help install her in Germany. It is an emotional time for the whole family, including Peter, Jiska and Phebe who are staying here. School starts here on the 19th of  August again. She will be returning in Ouagadougou on the 7th of September.

We hope that it goes well with you and we wish you a good summer!

Peter, Ineke, Liesbeth, Lydia, Jiska and Phebe Van Dingenen

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Peter and Ineke Van Dingenen

06 BP 9369

Ouagadougou 06, Burkina Faso

00226 50 36 20 03

peter_and_ineke@vandingenen.com , pivandingenen@tearfund.be

for the US: through the Bell Family Foundation (tax deductible): http://thebellfamilyfoundation.com/

for the UK: through ‘Stewardship’, account number is 20121779 (Julie Khan Giving Services Advisor – Recipient Support Tel: 020 8502 8560) E-mail: giving@stewardship.org.uk

for Belgium (via Tearfund):

IBAN BE41 4359 1900 0110, Swift KREDBEBB

mentioning ‘peter en ineke, code 25 vds’ (instead of former 50 vds for personal support, code 71pl for the hospital and code 73pl for the mobile clinics

Thank you for your support!

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Just some pictures of today

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