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Dear partners and friends,


Please receive our greetings from the Kosovo family and myself. We are very pleased that your partnership that has made us get this far. Your prayers and moral support have been overwhelming. May God bless you abundantly.

Blessings,
Daniel Maina
Center Manager

Hope transforms

Christine Wangare is the first-born in a family of three. She is 14 years old and in eighth grade at MOHI’s Kosovo school. She grew up in the Mathare slum where she still lives with her single mother. They were abandoned by Christine’s father and relatives after the mother developed a psychiatric disorder. As a result of her disorder, the mother was admitted into a mental hospital for eight years through the help of friends.
 
The three children were left helpless with no one to care for them. MOHI intervened and recruited the children into the Kosovo school and provided them with their basic needs. They were given cooked food to take home and share, clothes from the church and other house necessities. Community elders helped them to have a shelter to live in where they didn’t pay rent for six years.
 
Currently Christine’s mother’s health has improved, allowing her to take casual jobs and provide for the family as compared to the other years. MOHI has been of great help to the family by supporting the children in education and they are doing well. The family has thus improved and they don’t depend on MOHI anymore to provide them with food. Christine’s mother is now able to pay house rent and get other basic needs. The children have been working hard in school to meet their future dreams. We are so thankful that the whole family is born again.

Term highlights

  • We participated in an inter-school soccer tournament. Our school emerged the best among MOHI schools.
  • All the Kosovo staff managed to attend a team building event outside of Nairobi.

Working together for transformation

  • First Christian Church conducted a VBS and community evangelism where three people accepted Christ.
  • Eastside Christian Church visited homes that were affected by a fire that happened at the end of last year. They gave them food and other house supplies.
  • LifeSpring Christian Church did a number of activities which included a VBS, community work and a medical camp. Through these activities, eighteen people accepted Christ.
  • Lincoln Heights Christian Church took over 500 students for field trips to the National Museum, Nairobi National Park, Bomas of Kenya and The Nairobi Safari walk. They also did home visits for our pupils.
Farewell party for First Christian Church.
Kosovo students on a field trip with Lincoln Heights Christian Church.

Please join us in praying for:

  • Protection of our children and staff as they enjoy their break until the school term.
  • Pray for a student (Daniel Mwangi) who was involved in a road accident. He got a large cut on his head, bruises on his face and a fractured thigh bone.
  • Pray for our students as they prepare for their national examination.

319 children at the Kosovo school are still unsponsored. 


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Missions of Hope International, CMF International, and numerous churches and other organizations partner to restore hope to individuals in disadvantaged communities through spiritual, social, physical, and economic empowerment. CMF uses its expertise in child sponsorship, CHE, and holistic development to support MOHI’s transformational work in Kenya.
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