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Improvements to our site

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We have great news as we have now finished improvements to our site so you can now go online and sponsor a child via PayPal in the USA. By simply clicking on the tap above Sponsor a child or by visiting ABC Children's Aid USA you can now find a child that needs your support. 

This will make it much easier for you who have wanted to support our great work.

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New testimonies from three of our students

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Recently we had a lawyer from South Africa come visit us at Star of Hope, his name is Bradley Workman. He interview a few children and here are their testimonies. 

Jane Njoki (10 years old)

“My mother told me to go to school by myself – on that day I got lost and later managed to find a man on the street who helped me by taking me to ABC where I met Thorunn and Samuel.  Thorunn and Samuel took me to find my home.  My mother was very happy when I came home, since I had been missing for about one month.  I stayed at ABC for this month while the staff tried to find my mother.

I now go to school at ABC and I am also a boarder at ABC.  I am in Class 4.

jane

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Testimonies from two of our students

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Two of our students met up with our staff, Sammi and Ásta and discussed with them how their lives have changed during the past years by attending school with the help of ABC Childrens Aid Kenya.

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All for love concert

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The wall of Canaan running tall in the middle of Nairobi suburbs (Kariobangi North) was fully packed with music aficionado. Inside the ABC Children’s home was an array of Gospel music celebrities along with hundreds of children and adults, all anxiously waiting for a kick off to the much anticipated concert.  

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The Vision of ABC Children’s Aid is to give:

  • Street children a shelter and later a permanent home in an ABC village. 
  • Poor children opportunity to go to school. 
  • Sick children an access to medical care. 

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