This week Nils and I have been back in Greece, not far from Athens, to visit a camp we have been working with for a while.
This camp is home to 600 Afghans. They live inside an abandoned factory, squeezed into tiny cubicles (three metres by three metres) with up to seven family members in each.
Our partners ArmandoAid run the school in the camp. It’s another abandoned building just next to the factory, which Nils painted last year when it first opened.
This year we’re back, with the best team ever (yes 109 World), to paint the classrooms, lay new flooring, put up fencing, replace the shade covers and spend some time with the cutest kids ever.
Kids who have showed me, all over again, that wherever you are and whatever your situation, you can still radiate endless love and light.