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Lydia Talks about Diabetes

Here at Ngamwanza Children Home and Support Centre, we have two brothers whom ail of diabetes.  Thanks to the the visit of Miss Kajiado (last year December), KTN journalists visited the hospital where the two go for a routine check up. They started talking to Lydia, which led to the

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New Uniforms

  The new registered children and old ones at Ngamwaza Children Home and Support Centre have set of new uniforms, school bags and materials. These items have been provided in courtesy of Helping Hand in order to upkeep education for orphan and vulnerable children for them to stay in school

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We have new utensils

The purchase of kitchen utensils has improved the self esteem of the children as well as high hygiene. When you see the needy and vulnerable children everywhere with their cups and plates. They tie them on their shirts and you know that they are important to them. Thank you Helping

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Income Generating Projects

Lydia has started an income generating project of growing vegetables,e.g spinach, kale, onions e.t.c here the children from Ngamwanza are able to get food, and also we are able to get money from selling them to the local community. The children enjoy irrigating the vegetables and also picking them from

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An ordinary day at Ngamwanza

Lydia, the headmaster and Director of Ngamwanza, tells about the daily operation accompanied by her own photos: “Ngamwanza has approximately 50 children in school. Most students are orphans and belong to the most vulnerable children in Ongata Rongai slum area in Nairobi. The school collaborates with local organizations for children

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SHOW LOVE TO THE ORPHANS THIS VALENTINES.

Lydia the Director and head teacher invites everyone to Ngamwanza Children support on 14th February 2016,to share our love and support with the children, eat with them and give to the children what we can. Remember it is in giving that you receive. thank you Written by Beline Amol

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Hen house gives opportunities

For some time, there is now a chicken house with several hens and a rooster on Ngamwanza. This means that the children at special occasions are able to eat both meat and eggs, a very popular addition to the daily ugalin with kidney bean stew.  

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