We had an amazing and productive week, learning and growing together. It was a week of many change and many firsts. Elizabeth, one of the two new teachers was on duty and she did an excellent job coordinating various activities
Happy new year friends. To start off the year I want to share a story that show how big an impact your donations to Hands of Love make. Last year, 16 children who graduated from Hands of Love in 2012
Lack of proper sewage, waste disposal and clean water are challenges that residents of Kariobangi have faced for many years. A good number of health challenges we deal with at Hands of Love are gastrointestinal infections related to contaminated water.
In October 2016 Astur’s parents filled an application form for her to join Hands of Love. After going through the selection process (home visits and interviews) she was among 52 children whose applications were successful and were schedule to start
Tamara is a seven years old girl in grade 2. One of the twenty three second graders who have now left Hands of Love and will be other schools next January. Two years ago, her mother walked through Hands of
Two weeks ago I received a call from Fernando’s mum saying that he was missing. Fernando, a grade three boy was a student at Hands of Love from January 2015 to December 2017. He had been missing for three days
Meet Nacho Mirya, a grade 2 nine year old girl from Uganda who joined Hands of Love school in January 2015. Her mum Scovia fled to Kenya from Uganda to escape an abusive marriage in 2013. Nacho was initially left
365 is a campaign to raise funds for Hands of Love, a school in the slums of Kariobangi in Nairobi that provides education, two nutritious meals per day and basic healthcare to children aged 3-7 What can you do with $1?
As a school, we sometimes focus so much on what we want/need that we do not yet have that it is easy to forget how lucky we are to have what we have. This point was driven home by a
Difficult to accept, yet very true. Very difficult to understand, yet very real. To lose someone so special is really hard to bear. It hardly seems believable that Jared is no longer there. One week he was with us, learning,