Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum

by The Turning Point Trust
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum
Feed 200 Children Living in Kibera Slum

Project Report | Sep 27, 2021
A little hope goes a long way

By Emily Obiti | Field Worker

Last month we met a new family, three girls who were all out of school and a baby girl who was very undernourished. We were connected to the family by a local youth group whose members were deeply concerned about the family. The youth group helped the oldest girl go back to school while we welcomed the two younger siblings into our programmes. The girls were in such poor health we have been giving them extra porridge each day as well as the two meals each child receives in our programmes. The mother also brings the baby along to join in the porridge. Slowly, we are seeing improvements in the girls’ health and strength and slowly they are coming out of their shells as they play with the other kids in the programmes. The girls are now on a new path, back in school and getting stronger everyday. Thank you for helping to make this life-changing work possible.

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The Turning Point Trust

Location: Woking, Surrey - United Kingdom
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Twitter: @tptrust
Project Leader:
Judy Akoth
Nairobi , Nairobi Kenya

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