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Here is a selection of the children who are currently looking for a sponsor. If you want to enable one of them to go to school please get in touch with us!

Ramiar N.

Joshua O.

Romeo N.

Faith M.

Ian M.

John M.

Benson M.

Richard K.

Patrick M.

Dominic M.

Collins M.

Dennis N.

Veronica N.

Rose K.

Maryanne M.

Lydia M.

Joshua M.

Joseph M.

Ethan M.

Ramiar N.

Ramiar is a 13 year old boy in grade 7. He lives in an area called Karanja in Kibera. Ramiar lives with both his parents and two siblings in a one room house partition with a wood board. They pay ksh 30 Euros being rent inclusive of electricity. They also buy water for an average of 5 Euros.The mother is a casual worker, who washes clothes for a living and also does house cleaning for people. She earns around Ksh 300 per month or 1000 per week depending if there is an opportunity. The father is a shoe maker who earns money depending on school season.

Ramiar is disciplined and a very hardworking boy whose performance is above average. He is a young determined boy with a bright future who enjoys reading. 

Joshua O.

Joshua is a 16 year old boy who lives in Newbury- Woodley with his uncle and two siblings.

Joshua Osoro is in Form 2 at St. Kizito Nyansiongo – Nyamira County. He is a bright boy and doing well in school, he previously scored a B in his last exam.

His mother died in 2013 and his father is irresponsible therefore his uncle who is 64 years old took them so as to provide food for them but ended up being the sole provider of all their needs.

Joshua’s uncle has already retired but carries on different businesses so as to provide for them. He therefore earns approximately 300Euros per month which is not enough to cater for all the three children.

Joshua is a responsible, disciplined bright boy, if assisted he would be able to achieve his dreams.

Romeo N.

Romeo is a 13 year old boy in grade 8. He lives in an area called Karanja in Kibera with both his parents and two siblings in a one room house partition with a wood board. They pay ksh 30 Euros for rent inclusive of electricity and buy water for an average of 5 Euros. The mother is a casual worker, who washes clothes for a living and also does house cleaning for people. She earns around Ksh 300 per month or 1000 per week depending on the job opportunity. The father is a shoe maker who earns money depending on the school season.

Romeo is disciplined and a very hardworking boy whose performance is above average. He is a young determined boy with a bright future who enjoys playing football. 

Faith M.

Faith is an 8 year old girl, living with her grandmother, her grandfather, her young uncles and aunties and her siblings at Zaire- Laini Saba in Kibera. She is in Grade 4 at Hope Restoration School, although her school attendance is poor, often missing half of each schooling term. Faith’s mother is a single mother after parting ways with the husband for he was abusive and a drug addict.

Faith and her two siblings were then taken in by their grandparents, who already have three children of their own and two other grandchildren. They all live in a single roomed house that costs a rent of 35Euros per month.

Her grandfather works as a Painter, earning 64 Euros per month, while the Grandmother works as a House help, earning 60Euros monthly though it is not usually enough to provide for all their needs.

Faith shows potential despite her circumstances. If she gets education she will be able to free herself and her family from poverty.

Ian M.

Ian is a 12-year-old boy who is currently in Grade 6 at Vijito School. Ian’s father died when he was 4 years old. He was left with the mother and his young brother in their village in Runyenjes Embu-county. After two years the mother also died, and the children were left with their paternal uncle who is enabled differently and is a drunkard. The children were not getting enough food and so they would go to a neighbor to beg for food. The children begun going to beg in the streets soon afterwards. One of the neighbors from their hometown Runyenjes who lives in Nairobi found them on the streets of Nairobi and decided to rescue them to his home. It didn’t settle well with the wife, and it has been a struggle for the family because of the two orphans. The neighbor has two children of his own, and it has been difficult to provide food for Ian and his brother.

Ian is hard working boy and is determined to change his life, his brother’s life, and the community at large. If given the opportunity to study by getting the financial support he will archive his dream of being a teacher.

John M.

John is an 11-year-old boy in Grade 5 at Vijito School. He was abandoned alongside his younger twin brothers by their drunkard mother in a forest after she tricked them that she had gone to look for food just in case they raised an alarm. Later they were rescued by a Good Samaritan who found them in the forest and with the help of the area chief they managed to trace their relatives although they were unable to find their mother. Their grandmother who was very old back at home could not take care of John and his twin brothers and as a result one of John’s uncle volunteered to keep them. The Uncle took John and his brothers to live with them in Kayole-Nairobi but his family also struggled to take care of the children since John and his brothers are young and in need of close attention. Their Aunt, the Uncle’s wife in Kayole begun mistreating them since she does not see the reason why they should share their little resources with the three brothers. John’s uncle is also financially unstable and therefore making it hard to provide for his family as well as the three boys. Despite, the harsh conditions that John has been through, he is still enthusiastic and hopeful to be able to complete his studies. If assisted, John will be able to achieve his dreams and help the society at large.

Benson M.

Benson is a 9-year-old boy who is in Grade 4 at Vijito School. He was abandoned together with his older brother and twin brother by their drunkard mother in a forest. She tricked them that she had gone to look for food just in case they raised an alarm but they were later rescued by a Good Samaritan, who found them in the forest and with the help of the area chief, they were able to trace their relatives although they were unable to find their mother. Their grandmother who was very old back at home could not take care of Benson and his brothers and as a result, one of their Uncle’s volunteered to keep them. The Uncle took them to live with them in Kayole-Nairobi but the family struggled to take care of the children since Benson and his brothers are young and in need of close attention. Their Aunt, Benson’s Uncle’s wife in Kayole begun mistreating them since she does not see the reason why they should share their little resources with the three boys. Bensons uncle is also financially unstable and it therefore makes it hard to provide for the needs of the family and the three boys.

Despite the harsh conditions that Benson has been through, he is still of good cheer, energetic and eager to study. If assisted, Benson will be able to achieve his dreams and ambitions in life.

Richard K.

Richard is a 9-year-old boy who is in Grade 4 at The Vijito School. He was abandoned with his older brother and twin brother by their drunkard mother in a forest. She tricked them that she had gone to look for food so that they don’t raise an alarm. They were later rescued by a Good Samaritan who found them in the forest and with the help of the area chief they managed to trace their relatives although they were unable to find their mother. Their grandmother who was very old back at home could not take care of Richard and his brothers and as a result, one of Richards Uncle’s volunteered to take them to him home. The uncle took Richard and his brothers to live with them in Kayole-Nairobi but the the family struggled to take care of the children since John and his brothers are young and in need of close attention. The Aunt in Kayole begun mistreating them since she does not see the reason why they should share their little resources with the three boys. Richard’s uncle who is also financially unstable makes it hard to provide for his family and three boys. Despite, the harsh conditions that Richard has been through, he is still cheerful, enthusiastic, and eager to study. If assisted, Richard will be able to achieve his dreams and ambitions in life.

Patrick M.

Patrick is a 7-year-old boy who is in grade 1 at Vijito School. He is the seventh born in a family of seven. The father died in 2016 leaving them with their mother who was also constantly sick and later on died in 2022. The children were left as total orphans. The elder siblings dropped out of school to take care of Patrick and his two brothers. All Patrick’s older siblings were Primary school dropouts therefore no one in their family managed to join Secondary School due to poverty. The children are very needy since no one from their immediate family is taking care of them. At first the children were rescued by their uncle who took them to his home for the purpose of feeding them, but due to family conflict they had to go back to their home for peace. The elder siblings work in people’s homes as house girls and house boys hence not able to help Patrick and his other siblings. They are currently being fed by their neighbors who also not financially stable. Patrick is a really needy boy and if given an opportunity to study, Patrick will be able to change his life and the life of his siblings.

Dominic M.

Dominic is a 15-year-old boy who is in grade 7 at Vijito School. He is the fifth born in a family of seven. The father died in 2016 leaving him and his siblings with their mother who was also constantly sick and eventually died in 2022. The children were left as total orphans with no relative willing to help. The elder siblings dropped out of school to take care of Dominic and his two younger brothers. No one in their family managed to join Secondary School due to poverty. They are all Primary school dropouts. The children were rescued by their Uncle who took them to his home for the purpose of feeding them, but due to family conflict they had to go back to their home for the sake of peace. The elder siblings work in people’s homes as house girls and house boys hence not being able to help Dominic and his younger siblings. They are currently being fed by their neighbors who are also not financially stable.

Dominic is in entire need with his siblings. If given an opportunity to study, Dominic will be able to change his life and the life of his younger siblings.

Collins M.

Collins is a 9-year-old boy who is currently in grade 2 in Vijito School. Collins father died when he was a 1 year old child. He was left with the mother and his brother in their village in Runyenjes Embu-County. After two years the mother died as well, and the children were left with their paternal uncle who is enabled differently and is a drunkard. The children were not getting enough food and so they would go to their neighbor to beg for food. The children begun going to beg on the streets where one of their neighbors who lives in Nairobi found them on the streets of their hometown that is Runyenjes and decided to rescue them to his home. It didn’t settle well with the wife, and it has been a struggle for the family because of the two orphans. The neighbor has his own children, and it has been difficult for him to provide food for Collins and his brother as well.

If given the opportunity to study by getting the financial support. Collins is hard working and determined to change his life, his brother’s life, and the community at large.

Dennis N.

Dennis is a 13-year-old boy who is in grade 5 at Vijito School. He is the sixth born in a family of seven. The father died in 2016 leaving him and his siblings with their mother who was also constantly sick and eventually died in 2022. The children were left as total orphans. The elder siblings dropped out of school to take care of Dennis and his two brothers. They are all Primary school dropouts. No one in their family managed to join Secondary School due to poverty. The children are very needy since no one was taking care of them. The children were then rescued by their uncle who took them to his home for the purpose of feeding them, but due to family conflict they had to go back to their home for the sake of peace. The elder siblings work in people’s homes as house girls and house boys for some small pay and therefore are not able to help Dennis and his other siblings. They are currently being fed by their neighbors who are also not financially stable.

Dennis is in entire need of help and if given an opportunity to study, Dennis will archive his dream to become a teacher, help his siblings and the community at large.

Veronica N.

Veronica N. is a 10-year-old girl in Grade 5 at ABC Katheka Junior School. She enjoys dancing and aspires to become a Doctor. Veronica lives with her sister, aunt and grandparents in a three-room brick house owned by in Kavumbu, Tala. Veronica’s mother, passed away in 2019 making her grandparents assume guardianship for Veronica and her sister. Veronica’s grandmother earns an income of 32 Euros a month by selling fruits from her farm. Her grandfather supplements this by working as a farm laborer, earning 2 Euros per day and approximately 15 Euros per month, though his employment is dependent on the farming seasons. The combined income of Veronica’s grandparents is insufficient to cover all the family’s needs, including Veronica’s education. Veronica remains hopeful and resilient. Sponsoring her education would not only help her achieve her dream of becoming a Doctor but also benefit her family and society at large.  

Rose K.

Rose K. is a 14-year-old girl at Matuu Estate Primary School. She is currently in Grade 8. She is enthusiastic of being a Nun and aspires to be a Physician in future. Rose lives with her aunt, her uncle and two cousins at Kavumbu in Tala. They live in a three room permanent house. Rose’s mother who was the sole breadwinner died of Pneumonia in May, 2024 while her father passed on in 2020 as a result of the same disease. Rose was therefore left to live with her maternal aunt who does not have a job but relies on her husband who is a Shopkeeper and enabled differently. The uncle earns 48Euros monthly from the Shop proceeds which is not sufficient to provide for the needs of his family as well as Rose’s education. Rose is still focused and hopes for a bright future despite all that she has gone through. If given assistance to continue her education, she would achieve her dream making her a beacon in the society and a role model for other children in the community.

Maryanne M.

Maryanne M. is a 10-year-old girl attending ABC Katheka Junior School, where she is currently in Grade 5. She aspires to become a Teacher. She lives with her mother, father, two sisters and a brother in Kavumbu, Tala. They reside in a three-room brick house that belonged to her late grandfather. Maryanne’s mother, who was the family’s primary breadwinner, is currently unable to work since she suffers from Pneumonia. Her father earns an income of 16 Euros per month by tilling people’s farms, which is insufficient to meet the family’s basic needs and to cover Maryanne’s educational expenses. The family used to receive significant support from Maryanne’s paternal uncle, but he tragically passed away. Maryanne remains hopeful and determined. Sponsoring her education would assist her in achieving her dream of becoming a Teacher which would enable her to contribute positively to the community and society at large.

Lydia M.

Lydia M. is a 15-year-old girl in Grade 8 at Kathaayoni Primary School. She lives with her mother and sister in Katheka, Tala, in a two-room Mud house while the brother has a separate room. Lydia’s mother is the sole breadwinner of the family after her father died in April 2023. She works as a peasant farmer, earning 16 euros per month, which is barely enough to meet the family’s needs and support Lydia’s education. Lydia is the family’s hope, especially after her eldest brother dropped out of school in Grade 8 due to insufficient funds, and her second eldest sister dropped out of school in Grade 6 due to a mental challenge that affected her ability to comprehend lessons. Despite these challenges, Lydia remains cheerful and hopeful for the future. Sponsoring her education would empower her to achieve her dreams, change her family’s narrative, and contribute positively to the society.

Joshua M.

Joshua M. is an 11-year-old boy currently attending Grade 7 at Kyekoyo Primary School. He has a passion for playing Football. Joshua lives with his parents and two sisters in Kavumbu, Tala. His parents, who are both Pastors, were assigned to Kavumbu Village to serve at the Salvation Army Church. The family resides in a four-room permanent house owned by the church. Joshua’s father earns 65 Euros per month from his pastoral duties, and his mother earns 55 Euros. Despite their combined monthly income of 120 Euros, they struggle to meet the family’s needs and cover Joshua’s educational expenses. Joshua is determined to pursue his education and fulfill his dream of becoming a lecturer. With the necessary support, he believes he can achieve this goal and in turn, contribute to educating other children. His dedication to his studies and his aspiration to pass on knowledge to future generations make him a promising student worthy of assistance.

Joseph M.

Joseph M. is a 7-year-old boy currently in Grade 1 at ABC Katheka Primary School. He lives with his mother, father, and sister in Kavumbu, Tala, in a two-room permanent house within his grandmother’s compound. Joseph’s parents are peasant farmers and do not have stable jobs. Their combined income from tilling other people’s farms is about 16 Euros per month. Unfortunately, both parents have struggled with drug abuse, which has affected their mental stability and overall functioning. The family relies on their farm for food but depends heavily on Joseph’s grandmother for other necessities, which she provides with the little she receives from her other children. The family disputes between Joseph’s parents and his grandmother have adversely impacted Joseph’s education. Despite these challenges, Joseph remains a cheerful and energetic boy. Sponsoring his education would provide him with the right opportunities to achieve his dreams and positively contribute to his community.

Ethan M.

Ethan M. is a 10-year-old boy in Grade 5 at ABC Katheka Primary School. He is energetic, enjoys playing Football, and is determined to learn. Ethan lives with his grandparents and a cousin in Kavumbu, Tala. They reside in a five-room permanent house owned by his grandparents. Ethan was abandoned by his mother at his paternal grandparents’ home after she separated from Ethan’s father. His father remarried and neglected all responsibilities toward Ethan, focusing on his new family instead. Consequently, Ethan’s care fell on his elderly grandparents. His grandfather is retired and no longer works, while his grandmother depends on the annual harvest from their farm, which brings in only 80 Euros per year—insufficient to cover Ethan’s education and their basic needs. Ethan is disciplined and determined to study and achieve his dreams. Sponsoring his education would empower him to reach his goals and benefit society at large.

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