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Feeding Program

Isaiah 58:7 - Share your food with the hungry, and give shelter to the homeless. Give clothes to those who need them...

Education is good and should be encouraged at all levels in the education ladder. But on an empty stomach it becomes very difficult to concentrate on your studies and learning in general. Most of the young boys and girls that we are working with are from very poor vulnerable homes and getting a decent straight meal for a day is indeed an uphill task. Very few of the slums dwellers can actually afford a good meal thus the multiple hunger pangs. We encountered this among a big number of the children and therefore needed to have the children feed otherwise they could not concentrate in class.

The whole program is broken down into:--

In-School Feeding Program -
The In-school feeding program entails our children who are at primary school getting food at school both breakfast and lunch. In our schools in Kibera and Kawangware (Karama & Prince of Peace) children get milk and bread or Porridge and Banana in the morning then they get lunch different meals as per the menu. For some of these children this is the only meal that they get.


Children Enjoying a meal

Early supper program -
We realized that some of the children at Karama School do not get meals at home at all and thus need to help with early supper meaning that even if they go at home have nothing at least the food they get in the late afternoon will sustain them up to the next day.


Happy Boys eating

Food Ration Program..-
At Kawangware, the Lutheran church we feed about 70 children who come from the surrounding schools to get their lunch meal. These are the children at Kawangware but not at Prince of Peace School we have a number of 450 who are fed through Heart to Heart courtesy of NSP-AID from Norway and the same for the Karama School in Kibera where we feed about 180


Chilren Dining


There are cases that are extreme, children who do not have food at all and we put a smile on their face as they get three meals a day. Together with this we also have a food ration program where we deliver food at homes to families that really have nothing totally. Some of these families in the slums have many members in a house hold and do not have any source of income. Such families are relatives who have taken in children from other relatives that died mostly from HIV & AIDS related illnesses. In such families we give them monthly food rations.


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