Take Heart's 2nd cow gave birth this week to a baby girl. The purchase of these cows through people like you will provide sustainable income for those living in extreme poverty. I've never milked a cow, but plan on doing that on my trip...we are leaving this Friday! I will keep you updated and it's
We received word from Pastor Joshua last week that Irene passed her form 4 exams. GO IRENE! She is wanting to attend university to pursue a career in Community Health Science - and we want that for her too. When we made a commitment to these girls it was to see their education (and them)
We received this exciting update from Pastor Joshua today! Rehema Adhiambo is one of the newest students that we are sponsoring for 2015 (and hopefully beyond). Rehema’s sponsor died when she was finishing up 6th grade, forcing her to go and live with her aunt. In order to avoid an increasingly dangerous situation with her aunt’s husband, she
Thanks to the generosity of our supporters (that's YOU), we were able to send money for mattresses and blankets for several widows. (It might not seem like much, but it goes a LOONNNGG way in helping to improve the conditions and outlook of widows in the village who have literally been sleeping on the dirt
This mud hut may not look like much to you, but a widow's Christmas was much merrier and much brighter because of it. The photo updates (which we receive from Pastor Joshua) of projects that your generosity make possible keep us working toward building a brighter future for those in need.
We received photos this morning from Joshua in Kenya! This is Beatrice - Take Heart's first University student and future teacher. Her college tuition has already been covered for the year, but we are looking for sponsors to help with her housing. (On campus student housing was terribly expensive, so we were able to find a
The Take Heart Project, in partnership with numerous private donors, has completed construction of a "store" in the village. This will enable the women to sell food items and other goods without having to make the 7 mile walk to Migori daily - this is how sustainable income is provided. Now that the building is