Problem with letters from Kenya?

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From the communication history screen in my account, I see that five of the six correspondent children I have in Kenya haven't written a letter since November or December. I could understand one or two missing a letter writing day, but five of six seems highly unusual. They all attend different centers. Is there something going on in the Kenya national office to cause this?
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Hi Rachel! No, there isn't anything going on at the county office level that you need to be concerned about. I do show that most of your kids wrote to you at the very end of December or even January. Also, your letters took a month's hiatus in December. Remember that the letters did take between 2-3 months to arrive in your child's hand before, meaning that the letters we processed at the very end of November may have not reached them until the end of February. They are supposed to write back within sixty days of receiving your letters. I would assume that some of them have letters traveling to the country office as we speak or very soon. Don't feel discouraged. I have every confidence that you will start to hear from them again soon :).

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