Seven hunters and trappers returned to Malta from Ethiopia today, where they built a school for poor and needy children cared for by the charity Moviment Ġesu’ fil-Proxxmu.
Family and friends welcomed the group at Malta International Airport on their arrival. The hunters are all members of the hunters’ federation, FKNK.
Fr Ġorġ Grima, who heads the charity and organized the mission, sent the hunters a welcome letter which was read out to them at the airport.
The hunters, who left Malta on February 20, specialize in different construction skills.
Source: Times of Malta
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