It has been very difficult this term. We have struggled with many children at the school; most of them going through very difficult moment with their uncles and aunties. With very high inflation here in Kenya, families are forcing their children and other siblings to go out and look for money and food anywhere, even on the streets. And since the school has started rationing food so that children eat lunch for 3 days only in a week, we are now experiencing more absenties than usual.
But we thank our well-wishers, donors and our dear friends who have stood with us during this very difficult times. We have had a few friends dropping some kilos of maize and beans, we have managed to buy 2 sacks of maize and 1 sack of beans from the funds we get from our dear donors through GlobalGiving. We thank you and really pray for you!
We have received T/Shirts from one of our Community headman and his family. We thank this family very much. We are praying and hoping that we shall soon get more beans and maize, flour and cooking oil and fire-wood so that we keep these children in school. We are also appealing to our donors and friends to give in a hand so that we can manage to buy school uniforms for those children who do not have. We also are kindly requesting our friends, donors and well-wishers to give in a hand so that we can buy some desks. In future, we are praying that we shall have all classes with comfortable desks.
We thank you all!! May God, our Almighty bless the works of your hands so that you can extend the same hand and bless these children.
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