Fr. Pastor Mpora Director.
Mr. Burkart was also introduced to the three community based Organisations, namely Namuda for men, Nawepe for women and Nayefode for men. These organisations are also the Director’s attempt to bring about rural development in the area. The members of these organisations were indeed very glad for the visit and welcomed him among others with Kikiga dance followed by gifts.
Dr. Hinterreiter and Family had the previous year donated ten sewing machines and six knitting machines to the School.
St. Konrad is indeed very grateful for all people of good will whose generosity is indispensable for its development. By such willingness of help the disadvantaged youth who are mainly from the villages, St. Konrad is prepared to transform these youth into persons that cherish work and development and to enable them and their families to lead a dignified human life through work.
St. Konrad College remains proud of all our esteemed visitors for the love and support of the noble cause to offer the rural youth the possibility for a better future through training in basic skills such as Building construction, carpentry, tailoring and knitting, agriculture, water installation, electricity installation and basic secondary education.
Fr. Dr. Pastor Mpora
Thank you very much.
Mr. Dr. Pastor Mpora
Dr. Mpora was with Dr. Franz Sperl, after the trip from parish Leonding. In the photo from the right are: Dr. Pastor Mpora, Monika Back, Helene Lehrer, Kaethe Frauscher and Waltraud Kasinger.
Mrs. Dr. Pastor Mpora