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Kisumu Children Trust

Help for Today Hope for Tomorrow.

Registered Charity no. 1091477

Sad news of the death of Bishop Francis

We are very sorry to have to report the sad death of a great man and highly respected Patron and friend of Kisumu Children Trust, Bishop Francis. He died very suddenly and unexpectedly on Friday 29th October in Nairobi. His death has indeed come as a big shock. Bishop Francis was a Patron for many […]

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Finding education through enterprise…

This is Abel. We came to know Abel in the Kisumu community some time ago when he approached us for a loan from our ‘JOG’ fund to help him begin farming a small area of land which he had access to. He had little farming knowledge or experience, only a lack of food and a […]

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Spotlight on the UN Sustainable Development Goals

In 2015, the United Nations came together to create a much needed and desired Agenda for Sustainable Development by 2030. The plan was to provide a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future and was readily adopted by all member states as a call to action […]

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How do you share the good news of Jesus?

When you know the love and peace of God, it’s easy to get so excited to tell others about Him that people think you’re quite strange. All Christians have experienced it at some point on their journey, for many of us it happened as young enthusiastic Christians before we learned of the reaction one gets […]

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“No child, no matter how well loved and looked after, survives the loss of a parent without damage”

Bittersweet fruit of the womb Anne Chisholm https://www.thetablet.co.uk/features/2/19461/bittersweet-fruit-of-the-womb It was our founder, Peter, who sent this article to me for reading earlier this month and I found myself repeatedly drawn into those words from the article above, “No child, no matter how well loved and looked after, survives the loss of a parent without damage”, […]

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Alternative Family Care

Two years ago on this blog page we brought you news that The Kenyan Government were in the process of implementing a new model of care for children who have lost one or both parents called the Alternative Family Care programme. You can read the official details here:Alternative family care programme – Child Welfare Society […]

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