# New 4 week old baby boy arrives at Kindfund Home
Sadly the mother died in childbirth
On Thursday the baby we had been expecting was collected by Pamela from a remote village and brought to the Kindfund Home. We were expecting
a three week old girl last week but in the event it is a four week old boy. Sadly the mother died in childbirth. The baby slept quietly on Pamela’s knee during the journey.
added on Aug 4
# Good News children back home to Ngaremara Wed 18th
This afternoon Pamela and Gillian organised the return of all our children and staff to Ngaremara
Today the Kenyan Minister responsible for Interior Security visited Isiolo and assured the residents of Ngaremara that there would be peace.
This afternoon Pamela and Gillian organised the return of all our children and staff to Ngaremara. We thank God for the return of sanity and peace. Thank you to all who have been praying for the situation.
We were much blessed by Vicar John and the parish of Waso at Isiolo who received us with open arms. Thank you.
Five of our secondary school children have missed four weeks at school with Ngaremara secondary still closed we are seeking to make alternative arrangements especially for the two who will be sitting KCSE later this year. Please pray specifically for them.
One of the photos shows a small sample of what was found in the grounds and around the perimeter of the home
added on Jul 18
# Update on violence at Ngaremara 16th July
The Christian family there have showered the children with love
The Kindfund family were very warmly welcomed and fussed over by the Vicar and Parish of Waso the ACK (Anglian Church of Kenya) on Southern outskirts of Isiolo
The Christian family there have showered the children with love and restored our joy in being part of the Christian family. Well done to the Vicar and his team. We thank God for you and bless you in Jesus name.
The Vicar has been in touch with the Government, the County and the Red Cross and has co-ordinated support including 3 bags of rice, mosquito nets, blankets and rubber shoes. The women of the parish have risen to the challenge and are supporting the management team to provide for the children nineteen of them are under 7 yrs.
This morning Monday 16th July Pamela and two of our young men drove to Ngaremara and arranged security cover for the site with some of our men. We don’t know at this stage what the future holds in relation to returning to the site but the feeling is that the problem is on-going for the moment and some dramatic intervention is required to bring peace and stability to the area
The two visitors from Fermanagh in N Ireland Paul and Andrew left for home this morning
added on Jul 16