Triveneto, October 2015. As part of programme “The Hunger of our Neighbour” and under the coordination of Vicarious Delegate Commander Dr Giorgio Miccoli and of the Representative for the Province of Treviso, Dr Lucio Pasqualetto, Knight, Commander Dr Claudio Giust, an entrepreneur from Treviso, was responsible for the delivery of a crucial charitable operation, which provided assistance to children living in a remote village in Kenya and currently attending the “Vihingoni Academy”. Having travelled quite extensively across Africa, Asia and South America for many years now, Dr Claudio Giust, throughout this time had the chance to develop – amid much poverty – a real sense of ‘belonging together’, experiencing first-hand moments of selfless love and a determination to succeed against all odds – which contributed to his spiritual well-being. This year, upon arriving in Kenya, he met with Dr Mauro Massoni, Italian Ambassador in Nairobi (see the picture) and it was immediately evident to him the target for his charity “mission”, perfectly in line with the Constantinian Order’s current humanitarian programme: “The Hunger of Our Neighbour”. After establishing contact with an acquaintance in Malindi, he was able to identify a clear potential objective for his charitable activity in the area: the children of the ‘Vihingoni Academy’. He subsequently proceeded to purchase a great amount of local foods (natives from the region do not consume Western type food) and upon his arriving at the site, received a movingly warm welcome. Claudio has fond and moving memories of “his children” from the village, looking somewhat intimidated and staring in wide-eyed amazement at unfamiliar people so different from them. Before taking their leave of our brother Claudio, the children performed in a choir in token of their gratitude for the event.