Sr. Pamela Marie Buganski
“God is always talking to me when I am in Guatemala.”
Once every two weeks, the teachers/classes prepare an assembly for the students in the primary school on some topic of importance. Two weeks ago, the sharing was on the dangers of smoking. Today the creativity was centered on the dangers and evil of child labor. The assembly lasted for about 30 minutes and many of the grades participated. Some made posters (some of which are very moving). Some performed skits acting out what child labor looks like. Some sang a lovely song about children. Some students spoke to the student body as well as some teachers. One student even prayed at the microphone. I was very impressed with all that was shared by and for the students. It was also wonderful to see the students stand in front of others and share without hesitation. I could tell that they have had much practice at this. Another good day in the primary school.
Sr. Pam Buganski
Sr. Pam joined SewHope as our first American Project Coordinator in 2012