Kristin and Mats, University professors from Sweden are supporting all costs of the orphan twins, who live and study at Starkid School and Rescue Centre. They visit them during their, usually two, annual visits to Kenya. Last visit was in January 2018.
In early January 2018 Watu Kwa Watu has received to following message from the Headteacher of Starkid School and Rescue Centre (some information, including family name, have been changed for privacy protection): “Dear Tomasz, Greetings! I would like to draw your attention to this woman and her children. Syoka family comes from Kitui County here […]
Overseers Education Centre in Kangemi Slum in Nairobi continues being assisted in its feeding program funded by the ACH (African Children’s Haven of Galveston, Texas, and implemented by Watu Kwa Watu and Karuna Trust. Having started with breakfast of uji (maize porridge) on every school day, it has been expanded adding a modest lunch two […]
Samuel, an orphan from Central Kenya, is studying Electrical Installation at Gentiana Technical College. The costs of his studies are being paid by the Hansen Stiftung from Germany.
David, complete orphan from Western Kenya, has started in mid 2017 to study Electrical Installations at the SOS Children Village’s Technical College in Nairobi. Hansen Stiftung from Germany is paying for the costs of his studies, including the costs of the needed supplies.
After becoming pregnant Emily, full orphan, dropped out of high-school in Western Kenya. Finally she ended up in Nairobi as a house help to an elderly low (but not lowest) income lady, working in exchange for accommodation and food for herself and her little daughter. Lady has contacted Watu Kwa Watu asking us to arrange […]