Wednesday, December 9, 2009

All the children at Miraclessudan Hippotherapy program would like to thank the honourary members of the Ashbury college class of 82 for their very kind donation to this program.

Brad Hamson, gave the donation in their name, and we also recieved a very kind and encouraging e.mail from Brad, saying, ".... it lifted my spirits to see the smiling faces of those wonderful children, whom your horses do so much for. Thank you again. We will pass the word, and Canadian peacemakers will continue our involvement in the future. You are a beacon of hope to all those children.

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

The Canadian UN's visit to Miraclessudan

Brad Hampson

Miracles Sudan would like to say thank you for the kind donation from Canadian lunch bunch, Ottawa and Karl's Christians mens group.

Donation given in memory of George Kent

George Kent sadly passed away September 29, 2009. While his son Paul Kent was serving with the UN in Sudan.

Paul has said that his father loved animals and children. So The Canadian contingent has made a kind donation to our Hippotherapy program, in the memory of George Kent.

The Canadians volunteer at our farm and know the good that the donation will do in helping our Hippotherapy program to continue to grow.

Friday, June 12, 2009

Cerebral Palsy in Sudan

A large number of children in Sudan, mostly with a Neurological developmental condition face the challenge of living within their own space, while the world outside doesn’t seem prepared to adjust according to their needs.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Hippotherapy in Sudan

A number of modalities apply in helping children with special needs, Hippotherapy being one of the growing and effective ones among them. This term literally means “treatment with the help of horses” and so far it is one of the most complementary modalities used in therapy. Hippotherapy has a deeper and wider positive impact on disabled children.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Hi from Sudan, my name is Twylight.....

Hi my name is Twylight. I was badly abused and mistreated befor I came to Miracles Sudan riding center.I had been brought by a young boy who thought he knew how to ride. When he brought me I was very young and had never been riden befor. Because he tried to ride me so young it damaged my back, and now my back has a permanent dip in it.

Hi I am Sweaty, and just as my name indicates I am just too sweat.
I love the attention I recieve at Miracles Sudan riding center. And ofcourse I love all the carrots and apples, the children bring for me.

Hi my name is Nejwa. I wasn't rescued from neglect or abuse like most of the horses at Miracles Sudan riding center. I was given as a gift, by a very kind lady who knew how much I would enjoy living on the farm and helping the disabled children of Sudan by working in the hippotherapy program that is run by our human JA.

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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Few people realize the costs involved in running a successful, therapeutic farm. But someone once said; “Money is like manure; it's not worth a thing unless it's spread around encouraging young things to grow!” Here at the farm, there’s certainly a surplus of manure, but unfortunately a deficit of money! I hope you can personally help change that equation.
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Monday, May 18, 2009

Volunteering at Miracles Sudan riding center.

My name is Pauline, I’m from the UK and I am a relatively new volunteer at Miracles Sudan horse riding school, helping Jane-Anne whenever or wherever I can. Have you ever heard of hippotherapy?
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Hi, my name is Angel, I didn't always live at Miracles Sudan riding center, I started my life as a race horse at the Khartoum equestrian club , but I wasn't very good at it. Oh, I was a good runner alright. I just didn't enjoy it; I didn't have the right attitude. I'm not the ambitious type, I was quite happy running with the crowd….
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