How do children receive app letters?

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My husband and I just sponsored some wonderful children, I was debating between hand writing our letters or using the app (which is a great tool by the way!) I’ll most likely be doing both; my question is, if I do choose to use the app, how do my kids see/receive my letters? Are they printed and then handed to them? (after examination/translation) I doubt they have a device to see my letters through, right? I’m kinda confused on that. I get our side of the story and how we receive their letters but how do they receive ours?
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The letters are printed off on the other end and delivered to the child in paper form.  The printers are evidently at the Country Office and print in high quality. Then the letters are left for the project and picked up when the project staff visit the country office.
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Makes total sense! Thank you for taking the time to reply!

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