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Here to give Hope – Strengthening Families

Petro – Lack of basic needs led him to the streets. He comes from a poor family which appears to be disadvantaged by forces beyond their control. With his father’s inheritance being taken by his elder brother, he was left in a state of helplessness and no place to build a home for his children….

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HOPE WAITS … Looking back Five Years Ago

2013 was a fruitful year with 145 young children reconnected with their families. It is said that a tree matures in its fifth year.  With this wisdom we recently set out to check the the progress of children who were removed from the streets five years ago. We received mixed reactions: disbelief as well as…

HOPE NEVER FAILS

When I could not find him…James Mugambi, 11 years old The journey was long, the road was dusty and the matatu (minibus) was overloaded. The team could not wait to arrive at James Mugambi’s home. They were anxious to find out what made the 11 years old boy leave home and travel over 350 km…

MENTOR-SHIP CAMP: EMPOWER TO TRANSFORM

Mentor-ship camp- Empowered to Transform Proverbs 22:6:“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” *** Our young adults love school holiday camp and these young people embraced last holiday’s camp. They are enthusiastic about the opportunity for positive interaction with other young people…

RAYS OF HOPE

For families slaving under the weight of despair, TKW brings Rays of Hope. Many parents struggle under the weight of responsibility. The children take the blunt of this inability to cope with life. Rays Of Hope In Nairobi, they scattered to different parts of the city and tiny Tony found life tough. Thinking of life…

HOPE- SHAPING THE FUTURE

WAY TO GO RICHARD! In 2017 our team of six social workers related one on one with 423 children on the streets, government rehab centers and in temporary shelters in and around Nairobi. Out of this number, 389 children agreed to go back to their families.  They have since gone back to school and are…

LOST AND FOUND girls ’ .

Stories of ‘LOST AND FOUND girls’. What happens to the girls on the Streets? Tumaini team has removed 224 children off the street since January 2017. We aim to rescue another 176 before end of this year making a total of 400 children… It costs us Kshs 30,000/- (£220) to rescue one child from the…

CRY FOR HELP

“Education means everything to most children.  When I was in primary school, I couldn’t get enough reading materials. Finding books to read was a challenge.  I would borrow books from other pupils who could afford them and read around the fire late into the night.   I wanted to work hard to join a government funded…