These boys were street children. Not anymore. They’ve worked hard at the Naivasha Children’s Shelter to pass their KPCE exams and are now going to high school. Street children don’t go to school. Unfortunately like many in Africa the Kenyan government does not pay for school fees above a certain age. One of the best ways of making sure that a child or young person does not end up on the street is to make sure that he or she is able to go to school. This is why we are so pleased to be able to pay for a years school fees for these 6 boys (only five in the picture).
For that thanks to all Romilly’s kind, generous donors. Good work. Thank you Julius for taking the picture and Kristen for sending it. We hope that we will have more news about these boys and how they get on at high school.
We are also grateful to Romilly’s supporters for enabling her charity to pay a years salary for a social worker at the shelter.
Miki’s Marathon Thank you very much indeed too to all those who have donated by sponsoring Miki Jablowski’s heroic London Marathon. So far 45 people have sponsored her. At the time of writing there are 32 more days to go. http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Mikirunning
The Friends of the Street Children in Kitwe. Christopher Mulenga, the executive chairman and our interlocuter, has had malaria and has been out of contact. Having recovered from his malaria his internet went down but I am hoping to have news from him soon.