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In Their Own Words
Edward, one of the older children, shares his thoughts on why he feels happy in his new home in Kitale and Alice, the orphanage Director talks excitedly about how this new home is an answer to prayer
From The Blog
- Light Up Hope Spotlight: Victor (2/24/2015) - Victor is 15 years old. Victor’s favorite subject in school is Kiswahili, the Swahili language. When he grows up, he wants to be an electrical engineer. He wants to give back to his community by helping his parents once he has a job. Victor loves that there is plenty of space for planting at Hope Children’s […]
- Light Up Hope Spotlight: Joseph Wanjau (2/17/2015) - Joseph is 18 years old and in his third year at Kabuyefwe Friends High School. Joseph’s favorite subject in school is biology, and he hopes to be a surgeon one day. Below is a letter that Joseph wrote to Light Up Hope. The journey to Lukenya was all well although at one point the police had stopped us. […]
- A New Family Member (1/7/2015) - By Cheryln Morin My first trip here in 2012, I was smitten by a young boy named Hilary. His quiet demeanor, his huge grin, his inquisitive nature. I have grown more and more fond of him each visit. He has grown into a fine young man of 16. Still quiet and a bit shy but […]