So tonight there was time to give out the toys that we had brought from so very many friends and kids themselves. As practiced for all things, the youngest started up to the… Continue reading
Bethel Home is situated between 2 slums – Kotur and Bandani. The people of the community call Bethel “a beacon of hope for the area” where before they felt their children had no chance to… Continue reading
The day started out with the raising of the Kenyan flag and some of the students doing their parade. The workman finished installing the last window into the metal house which now has become a boys’ room on one… Continue reading
Meet Steven. He is 11 years old and is in grade 3. His father is handicapped and his mom does small jobs to support the family. He was sent to live with an aunt whose income was… Continue reading
They were carrying mud back in their pails to fill the ruts… Continue reading
Hi ! This is Cathy here.
We finally arrived in Kisumu Saturday afternoon after 18 hours of flying and 18 1/2 hrs of layovers. We have both decided we aren’t as young as we once were –… Continue reading
Already we have a start on 0ur school supplies and small individual toys (19 – looking for 50). Needing more school supplies, underwear, socks (white or grey), colouring books, good used books, Thank you cards.
Thanks to… Continue reading
January 8, Cathy and Joan will be leaving for Kisumu, Cathy for 3 weeks and Joan for 5. Joined Feb 2 by Jasmyn D. who will stay the remaining two weeks. We are taking things in our suitcases for… Continue reading
The funny thing is that in flying out on Wednesday, at 8:30 am, we loose a day in transit as we arrive home at midnight the same day (well – actually 3 minutes into the next day to be… Continue reading
Knowing that we were short of time, we worked on the stairs until the rain came and the power died Monday evening (about 10:30). But Tuesday work resumed with the men again and the stairs were finally finished and installed… Continue reading