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.
After Lillian delivered baby Maryanne, we were contracted by the hospital because she refused to care for her. When our social worker met Lillian, she explained that the strain of poverty was already taking a huge toll on her other children. She wanted to avoid bonding with Maryanne so that she could leave her behind in the hospital and hope she’d find a better life.
Because we don’t believe poverty is a reason babies should be separated from their families, we supported Lillian with rent money and food for her family as she recovered and adjusted to the demands of a newborn. After she healed, we helped her create a small business selling tomatoes, where she could take Maryanne with her to work. Lillian can now be found in the market selling tomatoes and independently providing for all of her children.