East Africa Children’s Home for Girls
The ground was broken and construction began on Crisis Aid’s first girls home in March 2007. The home opened in February 2009 and has the capacity for up to 60 girls. If it were not for the Children’s Home, the girls would be living in the streets, likely falling prey to traffickers.
When they come to their new loving home, the girls receive food, shelter, schooling, and vocational training. But most importantly, they receive love and attention in a family environment. Crisis Aid started 2012 with 17 girls in our Orphanage. The Children’s Home serves 30 young girls who were once orphaned, living on the streets, and without anyone to care for them. Five more girls were brought into the home in 2016! The oldest is now in her third year of college, studying accounting! Currently, we are working with the government for the placement of five more girls. It is because of dedicated partners like you that Crisis Aid can meet the many needs of orphans and vulnerable children.
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