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Teacher Rose supervising her students at recess.

School Update

As term 2 comes to an end, our students are currently preparing to go home for the entire month of August to get some much needed rest.Our students are such hard workers.They finished their exams this week and we are very proud of their scores. Our teaching staff has also worked tirelessly with each of […]

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Linah and Allan

Sweet Friends

One of my favorite things about Precious Kids Center is how well the kids love each other. Most of them came to live at the center because their families were neglecting them in one way or another. Many of them come from places where they are constantly made to believe that they are unloved. Precious […]

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More New Students

More New Students

  Our school is also growing bigger by the day. It’s great to see so many people coming to the gate asking if they can enroll their children. On This week we welcomed four new students.  The kids greeting their new friends. Ashley is quiet and reserved, but is adjusting well to being in school.  […]

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Rest In Peace Grace

Rest In Peace Grace

Today we got a call from Grace’s brother Bodi and he told us that she had passed away early this morning. It heartbreaking, but God has a plan for everything and Grace is finally in a place where she is out of pain. I am glad that Grace got to spend her last few weeks […]

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House Visits: Stevo, Mary, and Grace

House Visits: Stevo, Mary, and Grace

It had been so long since I had time to walk around Shimo. All of the kids getting sick, going to school, needing to come home from school and other random things have kept me from having time to just walk around and visit.  We went to visit Stevo. He is starting to look skinnier […]

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Please Pray For Grace

Please Pray For Grace

Grace   I blogged a little about Grace last week. She lives in Kipsongo slum, is HIV+, has TB, is only eighteen and has no one to take proper care of her. She has been unable to walk for two months because she is so weak and she can barely talk. She is literally skin […]

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A Tour Of Kipsongo

A Tour Of Kipsongo

This week we went into a slum called Kipsongo. It is the area in town where the Turkana people live together in Kitale. It is one of the most impoverished slums in town. People live in huts made of trash, clothing or whatever materials they can find and can’t afford to feed or care for […]

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