Rory & Pam Frink :: How Do You Communicate with the House Mothers?

  • “English has been a second language…for a number of years,” answers Rory Frink, In-Country Director for Otino Waa Children’s Village. Those who have spent time in Otino Waa do develop skills in English. Otino Waa also teaches those who come from rural places and other countries. “It is important that we help the local people learn English…as well as we want to further our knowledge of their language as well.”

    How Do You Communicate with the House Mothers?

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