The Naivasha Children’s Shelter looks after over 50 boys from the streets of Naivasha. It provides education, and training. It tries to reintegrate the children with whatever remains of their families. Romilly’s charity helped to get the ball rolling by offering to build two dormitories shortly after Romilly’s death. Panda Flowers provided a beautiful 10 acre site. A local charity, The Naivasha Chilren’s Shelter was formed to manage the project.
After the construction of the two dormitories, completed in 2003, generously paid for by Romilly’s supporters, Romilly’s charity continued to support this successful and wonderful project for several years, paying for the salaries of personnel to care for the children.
The Naivasha Children’s Shelter has shown that these homeless children rise to the opportunity if it is given them.
Read more about the Naivasha Children’s Shelter at http://www.ncshelter.org