Waymarks Education Centre, Moi's Bridge, Kenya
one of the many centres trying to make a difference to orphans and vulnerable children in Africa
March 2009 photos of the new classrooms being built and the school with new books etc
Pictures of Moi's Bridge
All building work and furniture making is all local. This helps the economy of the local community
Furniture delivered to the school in Kenya
in the past few months the number of children the entre is supporting has grown from 80 to 91. We will try to help them keep pace with the needs of the community.
The age range of the orphans and other children is from 2 to 14
The Kenyan school's kitchen and children eating African food like Githeri which is a mixture of beans and maize
And the children eating it!
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Pastor Maurice Chesoli, his wife Evelyn, and some of the children at the centre
You can help us to make a difference to these children and others like them by getting involved and helping raise funds for our charity.
Peter (based on Maurice's emails over the past few weeks. October 2008)