Imam has been at JWHS for a few years. He was found on the streets of Nakuru. He was brought there by his sickly grandmother to leave him with his street hardened, drug addicted uncle as the only relative. Active and mischievous with a twinkle in his eye, he settled into the routine. He had been unable to attend school regularly, and struggled in the beginning. But now he is catching up and performing well.
He and his best buddy Amos work hard and play hard. It is great to see brothers, not by blood but by love, working and playing and even squabbling together.
He did not have a sponsor until recently. Now a church sponsors his monthly needs. We are so grateful when sponsors step forward and accept the expenses of a child. We are then able to accept more children.
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