CHARITY AUCTION

Charity Auction: A fun-filled evening – bidding gets under way ‘Educate a child, empower him for life. Knowledge is power.’ ‘Going first time, going second time, gone’, said Carl, the auctioneer.  One by one the items on the auction catalogue went under the hammer.  There was excitement and anticipation as the auction progressed starting with…

TUMAINI GAVE ME A VOICE

‘Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves…’ Boaz talked passionately about his village as we embarked on the journey to his home and he was excited about meeting his family. He knows a lot about indigenous ways of farming around his home area and shared with us non-stop about his community on our…

CHARITY AUCTION FOR “CHILDREN OF HOPE”

“Educate a child, empower him for life.  Knowledge is power” Ideas are just ideas until we act on them. Late last year friends of Children of Hope sent us an email offering us the use of Sketty Hall for an event to generate resources for children or just an evening with our partners.  They had…

CARE AND SHARE

  Brian Wekesa is the kind of boys on the streets who could steal from you.  He looked restless, his clothes were grimy but his rare smile was gripping.  With his kind of smile you could find yourself surrounded by a group of other boys who would strip you of your possessions in the middle…

SUCCESS STORIES- A TIME TO CELEBRATE KILONZO

This was like a dream, but dreams come true.  10years on Grace caught up with Kilonzo a.k.a Simon Kuria – The boy has become a man.  He is now married and works as a matatu (a 14-seater mini bus used for public transport with a yellow stripe) driver in Nairobi. As 2013 dawned, Grace was…

THE DARING BARE FOOTED TURKANA BOY

Erick lokampi is a Turkana boy born 13 years ago at a small village in the plains  of  a locality called Lenget , Kampi ya moto. He is a short, dark coloured chocolate boy who is so much outgoing .He is a friendly, warm hearted young man with a potential to achieve much in life…

Resourcing the family- securing our children’s future

Care givers include parents and grandparents who take time out to attend our equipping parents’ seminar.  Several issues are addressed including how we are exploring ways of generating income at Bethany Halfway House.  We encourage the caregivers to apply what they’ve seen by using their small pieces of land and work toward food security. Lack…

A NEW START FOR PAUL NGANGA

A new start: hope, pray and go Parents’ separation often causes much damage to many children like Paul, driving them to the streets where their lives and dreams are wasted.  Paul has a dream of becoming a teacher, which cannot be realized on the streets.   We are glad that Tumaini Kwa Watoto team is on…

12/04 – THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE STREET CHILDREN

The International Day for Street Children was launched in 2011 by the Consortium for Street Children (CSC), the leading international network dedicated to realising the rights of street children worldwide, and is supported by Aviva, the world’s 6th largest insurance group. The day is celebrated by street children, NGOs, policy makers, celebrities, corporates and individuals across the globe. Take…