Living Water Children’s Fund has placed 16 children from these settlements into Living Water Children’s Center locales. A new government edict says that children must remain in their home districts. LWCF hopes to continue to help children with albinism by helping to make the settlements where they are housed better. LWCF has donated mattresses, benches, protective clothing, hats, glasses, a television, and other material. We would like to continue to support improvement in the education and living conditions of the settlements and to help educate the populace about the truth regarding albinism.
A primary concern about children with albinism is that they be constantly protected from the sun. Through a grant from Belizean Grove, LWCF provided protective clothing for children with albinism at Mitindo Special Primary School. The hats, shirts, pants, and dresses do a good job of covering up the children, and they are also stylish.