HUMANITY HOME FACTS

Location:  Boya, Kisumu County, Kenya, about 20 miles east of Kisumu, near Lake Victoria, and 4 miles east of Ahero.

Facility:  a nice former hotel/guest house.

Population:  18 children, ages 2-1/2 to 16, 12 girls and 6 boys.

Staff:  Five full-time staff, four of whom live at the home, plus tutors as needed and round-the-clock security guard.  Staff is led by Judy Wariero, our Director, age 31, known as “Mommy” to the children, and features Brenda Natse, just 21, a tireless worker whose love for the children is obvious in everything she does.

What we provide to our children:  We treat them as our own. We provide love, nurture, three nutritious meals and a snack every day, safe rooms, plumbing, sanitation, companionship, clothing, shoes, education at quality schools, tutoring, and dental and medical care.  But, as has been said, the greatest of these is love.

Major Expenses:  Staffing, food, furnishings, equipment, supplies, school fees, school uniforms, shoes, clothing, medical and dental care, rent, utilities, building repairs and maintenance, and transportation.

Budget:  Our overall budget is approximately $7,500 per month.

Results:  Our children look completely different than they did when they arrived.  They are healthy and well-nourished. They have a glow about them that, sadly, we just don’t see in other African children.  They are happy, confident, respectful, energetic and amazing. They help and support each other.

What It Takes To Provide For 20 Children