Juhudi Children in Crisis

JCIC is on Mission to improve the lives of children around North Rift Kenya affected by early marriages, child labour, School drop-out, malnutrion and other hidden crisis by working with local communities and other agencies in providing education, healthcare, protection and psycho-social support.
Jan 8, 2013

Focused and Determined Morent

Morent is 19 years old who is going to join university this year. Coming from a humble family as a first born of five with three boys and two girls. Morent is going to do her bachelor's degree in science (agriculture). She has been motivated to do the same as most of children from where she comes from face a challenge of food and support. As Morent says ''the four years in the university will look a very short period of time as the support from Juhudi Children in Crisis is great to me and i will use my resources and energy to support children who face the challenges I have been facing once I finish my course'' It is through this statements that most young girls are coming out and seeking the support of Juhudi to see them go through the hard times in life. Morent is one of the promising girl whose vision is to see that children and girls excel as equal as boys from all background.

Jan 8, 2013

Happiest moments for children

Monica and Lillian can't forget the fun and enjoying moment when they were proud roughing after Juhudi children in crisis shared meals together before the close of 2012. After spending their most of the time in school and some of them not meeting their peers in the course of the year, these children were smiling and enjoying themselves. It was such moment that will remain in their minds for years to come and times that they will never have taught nor their parents in life. It was exciting moment that children will never forget as they also started a New Year together where they shared there experience as they were on the past. Thanks for your continuity support as you made this children smile all the way from 2012 to now 2013.

Oct 1, 2012

Mercy Joins University

It was exciting to see mercy an orphan girl joining university after her good performance in her secondary school results. Mercy who is from a family of four children without the mother or father, she has worked hard to see her younger brothers and sister get and access the education like the other children in the community. Mercy is committed to her studies and focuses on passing well and get a good job that will make her help the other orphan children in future. We are also proud that after she was supported by Juhidi children in crisis in paying her secondary school fee, Mercy remained in school and now she has proceeded to high level of education in Kenya. As Mercy say  to all those who have stood with me at the hard times , I wish that God will open more doors for you and you will continue supporting other children like me who are out there and have lost hope in life. I hope that one day I will be back to help my community and other children from other parts of the world”

 
   

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