Rescuing 100 girls from early marriages in Kenya

Jan 12, 2012

Rose and Josephine back to school

It is very impressing to see that Rose Apiyo and Josephine Namalwa have gone back to school. These two girls were smiling and asking themselves questions which we answered together as we approached their Geta secondary school. They were asking where they could be if it were not the support of Juhudi Children in Crisis. Apiyo said that she could be somewhere in the village as a house wife and Josephine said that she could be in the village married but no exact number of children that she could be having. It is through the support of Juhudi that these young girls with a lot of potential that they are back in school. 'Thanks for your continued support' says Apiyo and Josephine.


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Juhudi Children in Crisis

KITALE, Rift Valley, Kenya

Project Leader

Lameck Nyandega

Executive Director

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