One of our goals at P82 is to treat a child holistically, looking at what the child needs now to overcome adversity as well as helping them to becoming strong adults. We focus on the spiritual, educational, developmental, and medical needs of our children. Last weekend, the Kenya Medical Training College, a Molo branch of the medical clinic, partnered with us to serve the needs of the children and to provide training to our Guardians.
In an effort to give back to the Molo Community, clinic faculty and staff provided Medical check ups for the children and guardians, and nutrition training for our guardians. They even helped out in preparation and serving of lunch during our Saturday program at House of Hope compound. We thank the faculty and staff who participated for their gifts of service!
The Guardians learned about nutrition needs of growing kids, and balanced diets. We know that they gained practical knowledge that will help improve the health of the children. The medical staff explained that balanced diets and good nutrition provide good immune systems for the children so they won’t get sick or have to miss school. This partnership will help our children gain access to healthcare but also the knowledge and understanding of their bodies, so they can make good decisions in their future.
We always seek to partner with pillars of the local community. We want our children to see these young adult students as positive role models. We appreciate the faculty and students for serving our children.
We thank God for such a great milestone in healthcare!