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Foster Program

Many of the problems of street children stem from the poverty stricken rural areas surrounding Kisumu. Families, broken apart by the Aids pandemic sweeping across the African continent are often unable to support the children, who are turned onto the streets to beg for their own food.

Where a children’s parents have died of Aids or one of the many illnesses common to the region, they are, again, left alone to find their own food. Many run away from their home areas to the streets of the towns and cities around the region.

 

In order to prevent children finding themselves on the streets, the Trust works with local communities to identify the most at risk children and to place them in caring families that will support them. Today, 14 children are supported in this way, 4 of whom are currently attending secondary school.

 

 

"But the needy will not always be forgotten,
nor the hope of the afflicted ever perish."      Psalm 9:18