Project 2007

It was the 12th of March when we flew to Nairobi this year. The children, who had graduated from Primary School the year before, were still waiting for a place at a higher school. That meant that we had to look for a suitable school for each child. That’s not always an easy job, but somehow we have become experts in this. After all schools had been found, fees had to be paid, and the children were equipped with the required things such as mattresses, pillows, personal stuff, school uniforms and books.

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George Kungo Jane

Patrick Munen

Zipporah Nyawira Muithoni

Regina Wambui

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Peter Mwangi Wanjiru

The Allamano School is a special school with a boarding school for handicapped children and kids. It is managed by nuns. We could send Peris and Gabriel to that school.

Gabriel Maina and Peris Nyaguthi with their stuff shortly before their departure.

The School form Joseph Wamuju Wanjau.

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Moses Kinutha Wajiru

Like in the years before, the children were provided with school uniforms and shoes.

We paid the school fees for each school. We set great store on good contact tot eh teachers and principals.

We also cared for the smallest ones: Nancy and Faith in the Nursery.

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Finally we could build a separate bathroom for the girls.

The washing-place outside: It’s used to wash the dishes as well as for washing the laundry.

Manuela Feldmann of the Baptist Community in Ihren visited the children's home and got quickly in touch with the children.

Also Niko Nordmann from Papenburg visited the children's home like in the years before.

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A photo taken in front of the kitchen.

Christoph from Offenburg crossed Tanzania, Kenya and Zanzibar by bus and bicycle Kenya/Tanzania He visited the children’s home and gave the bicycle to the children.

You can see on Ann’s face how much the children enjoyed using the bicycle.

The chairman of the Red Cross Branch Nyeri, Mr. David Mwangi.