Namibia is an inspirational country. Small but big on success. I live in the Northern part of Namibia where poverty is one of the biggest situations we are facing. Seeing children suffer due to poverty where their needs don’t come easy brings pain to my eyes. This children are not only found in the rural parts of Namibia but also in urban areas so sight to their pain is common. I strongly believe that children are blessings from God and don’t deserve to go through such distress at such young ages. Knowing that this children have no proper shelter against the strong wind and cold breeze that surrounds the air is sad.
Twigs and sand as their toys, torn and filthy clothes washed once in two weeks as their winter wear sadness my heart. I wouldn’t want this for anyone not even my enemies. It’s a scene hurtful to my eyes. This children are my inspiration.
This children inspire me to always be grateful for every little thing in my life. For what I take for granted, they wish for it.
This children inspire me to help educate Namibian people on family planning, because a child cannot be taken good care of if maintaining money for your own needs as an individual is not an easy task.
I’m inspired to kill the act of selfishness in Namibia and help the needy where I can.
This children inspire me to take action on eradicating Poverty for no child deserves to sleep on an empty stomach or cover themselves with a plastic bag on cold winter nights. I’m inspired to do good.
I’m inspired to study hard for my children in the future to grow up in a home where their needs come easy. This Namibian children inspire me to do good and be good.
Might be seen as wierd or dumb to others but seen as an insperation in all I do as sight to this suffering children is something I see everyday.
I’m inspired to help Namibia create a better place for the future generation.
by Iyaloo K.L Nghandi