There are 2.5 million orphans in Kenya today, and these are real children who need real help. Through the gracious sponsors and team at Project 82 Kenya, we’ve made the following possible:
babies rescued and admitted into our infant rescue program
children reunited with a member of their biological family
children adopted into Kenyan families
children have graduated from our program in Molo and are entirely self-sustainable.
children can attend school and college through our Molo Child Sponsorship Program
guardians and families have become self-sustaining and can provide food, shelter, clothing, and basic needs for their families.
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Caleb was the first baby admitted to Neema House in 2012. Caleb’s unwell mother quickly became part of our family too, and we were honored to get her the treatment to thrive.
Six years after we initially took Caleb in and began searching for other relatives, his mom suddenly remembered the names and locations of several family members. As we were traveling to a remote area of Kenya in hope of locating her family, Caleb’s mom recognized the man we stopped to ask directions as her uncle. Her relatives, who had not seen her since she was a teenager, were overjoyed to see her and meet Caleb.
Today, Caleb is proud to be happily living with his extended family, and we are thankful that God made this possible.
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