Timothy starts to work for Timion. It was always our dream to take on young people from difficult backgrounds and we are excited to see, how Timion grows personally and learns to become a carpenter.
Elbe our longserving occupational therapist leaves to work full time in Jordan and bring help to the disabled refugee children
Karlien and Ann, both South African occupational therapists join Timion. Having two permanent therapists doing home visits increases our capacity.
Through the generous donation through caisse secours from the french mennonite church as well as a generous donation from a family, we were able to buy a second Caddy to be used for our home visits. Having two therapists, both cars are daily used for our homevisits into the townships
Anglican aid, an Australian humanitarian organisation starts to financially support Timion in its councelling programme to support the caretakers of our disabled children. Timion also facilitates and supports the start of support groups for the caretakers in many townships.
Timion is accepted as the official supplier for standing frames through the government. This 3 year contract allows us to sell standing frames to government hospitals and we hope to raise some of our funding needs through this.
Hannah, who was already working as a therapist with Timion is becoming our manager after Christoffel leaves to the Philippines.
Clifford joins our production team to help us with the increased workload. He works with us to end of 2016.