Project #5368

Feed & Educate an Orphan Child for a year in Kenya

by Juhudi Children in Crisis
Sep 8, 2010

Feeding, Uniforms Increase School Attendance


Feeding, uniforms increase school attendance

20 children have so far received uniforms and continued to get their meals weekly. This has enhanced their school program as they attend school more regularly. ‘As a head of this school, I am happy with the work of Juhudi in supporting the vulnerable children. They don’t miss school as before’ said Head Teacher, Mwanga Primary.

Without your commitment, these children would either be at home or loitering in the streets and school will be a far fetched dream.

Some of the children get ailments which require specialized treatment like the one facing little Josephine (Her picture attached). We know you will share widely this information with your friends to save such kind of children. What do you say!

Children in school
Children in school
josephine sickness
josephine sickness

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Organization Information

Juhudi Children in Crisis

Location: KITALE, Rift Valley - Kenya
Project Leader:
Lameck Nyandega
Executive Director
$23,955 raised of $42,000 goal
594 donations
$18,045 to go
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