Our latest project is Lotti Latrous' heart project - our village "Village AYOBÂ L'Espoir", which can be roughly translated as "Good Day Hope". In September 2019, we were lucky enough to acquire a piece of land of around 2,500 square metres with dozens of old palm trees, which borders directly on our Centre. Until then, it was the waste pit of the neighbourhood. We explained to our neighbours that we wanted to do something good. And to all those who had their small businesses on the edge of the rubbish pit, we promised that they would not have to move away, but that we would create space so that they could continue their sales. We built the new village primarily for old people who suffer from chronic diseases. Diabetes, for example, if not treated, can lead to blindness and/or amputation of limbs, so it is important that these people get comprehensive help. But we also want to take in disabled and paralysed people in the village. They have it particularly hard in Africa. There are countless of such people who have to live in undignified circumstances; they usually only get help from neighbours who usually have nothing themselves. We opened our new - intergenerational - project, in which disabled and/or sick people get more than a roof over their heads, as soon as the Corona crisis was over in December 2020. Our new - intergenerational - project, in which disabled and/or sick people get more than a roof over their heads, was opened in December 2020, as soon as the Corona crisis was over. It consists of thirteen houses, a large African kitchen, six toilets and six showers and a prayer room each for Christians and Muslims, as well as a chicken house to have some fresh eggs every day. And the children from the orphanage often come to visit, filling the little village with laughter and shrieks. They have found grandparents, and our seniors grandchildren - it is a world of joy and happiness!