A FRESH START

  I became pregnant at 19 while staying with a close relative. After her discovery of my pregnancy she abandoned me. I was engulfed by fear and did not know what to do next, my ultimate plan was to abort. HOME OF HOPE came to my rescue, they took me through trauma counseling sessions and... Continue Reading →

I AM GOING PLACES

“I am amused because a while ago as I enjoyed this evening sun busk some birds flew over my head, I felt great like somehow they gave me a guard of honour, because they symbolize peace, they have to associate with Amani (Peace) himself. They too notice my presence. I am enjoying every single minute... Continue Reading →

MICROLOANS TRANSFORM

A visit at her home in Soweto slum, Kayole, tells a lot about a great transition Home of Hope has brought into her life. Florence Mutua, a mother of three children attributes that it was not easy to make ends meet before Home of Hope helped her to venture into her business. Being a slum... Continue Reading →

AN OASIS IN THE DESERT

Faith Agisa was left fatherless at the age of four. A tragic road accident claimed her father’s life. As the sole breadwinner, Agisa’s father left his family crippled. Faith mother was never able to afford a meal for her. Her mother was expecting Faith’s sister but a few months after their dad’s burial, her mother’s... Continue Reading →

HEROIC SALVATION

Her name is Angel. Her wide smile is a pure indication of overwhelming joy and gratitude for a miracle that came her way and saved her life. Angel’s mother is a 16 year old teenager who dropped out of school for lack of school fees. The overwhelming poverty in her family of five siblings and... Continue Reading →

HOPE IN THE MIDST OF CRISIS

Sarah Bititi is one child who according to the cultural practices and beliefs of some communities in Kenya would be regarded an outcast. The three year old girl is an enchanting beautiful ray of sunshine full of expectations. This is made possible by a great heart of good gesture, love, passion and compassion of Home... Continue Reading →

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