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Keep up-to-date with the latest news and reports from Kenya and from those around the world who support our work.

# Thank You Kindfund Family

I really appreciate and may God continue to bless you and do great things through you all

“Hi Ken! The above WhatsApp is from one of our Secondary School children saying thank you to you for being there for her these last 12 years. She is just finished final exams at school.”

Apart from our heading above what were her words written to one of our managers (slightly amended).

“Pass this please to Ken and Pam and all Kindfund management. I really thank all of you for the support you give me since 2009 when I joined Kindfund, up to this time. You cared for us, paid all our fees, you give us education which is one of the best gift you can offer. I really appreciate and may God continue to bless you and do great things through you all – Nzau, Kende, Silvia, Faith, Conny may Almighty God shower blessings upon you. If it were not for you all we couldn’t reach where we are today……. also to Gillian and Jonathan may God bless them . Remember that God is the one who sent you to do his work so you must do it passionately! Greet all Kindfund family. Praying for all you people.” added on Apr 25

# Vaccination Rollout reaches Northern Kenya

Supplies are limited but

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The manager of our home in Wamba Samburu has received his first jab today.

Supplies are limited but he is hoping to arrange for all the staff in the home to be vaccinated in the days ahead. Here he is in the Catholic Mission Hospital at Wamba going for the jab

We have asked for the managers of our other homes to check with their local clinics to see if they can arrange a vaccination programme for their staff

Update 6th April
This morning ten of our Wamba staff were able to benefit from their first vaccine at the Wamba mission Hospital. We thank God and continue to pray for the roll out of the vaccine in Kenya and especially for the protection of our children and staff.

added on Apr 5

# March 2021 Life continues

Here are a few photos – sports day at school, birthday celebrations, hospital trips and family

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Yes in spite of the devastation of Covid throughout the world life goes on more or less as normal in Northern Kenya

Here are a few photos – sports day at school, birthday celebrations, hospital trips and family

At home here in N Ireland we are praying for things to open up shortly and vaccinations to be completed to enable us to begin ravel again to Kenya

Remember to continue with thanksgiving

added on Mar 13

Please Pray

Give thanks for the harvest and pray for more workers

Pray for availability of vaccinations for staff

We thank God for his protection

That they will know the source of true happiness and fulfilment

Pray for smooth and peaceful transition for the babies to Kindfund

Pray that other children will mature into their faith

Give thanks for team spirit and staff loyalty and for children's co-operation

Give thanks for a productive and team building few months

Give thanks for the God incidents on Gillian's way home

Pray for God's protection for the homes, children and staff

That we are able to do more

That relief will come for the villagers impacted by the closure of their markets

Let us also pray for Kindfund family in this current situation of corona virus.

Thank God for the bond between Lea and the children and that she has an answer to her prayer

Pray seed sown will germinate and produce fruit

Pray for all the work of Kindfund

Health, safety and the right things to share as they meet supporters

[ Contact Daphne Lucas if you would like to know more about supporting us through prayer ]

'And pray in the Spirit on all occasions with all kinds of prayers and requests'
Eph 6:18

Kindfund was established as a charity in 2004 to further the gospel of Jesus Christ and to help relieve poverty amongst some of the poorest tribes in northern Kenya, working with the pastoralist Turkana, Samburu and Rendille.

We currently use 5 tonnes of food and supplies per month, providing for 125 children in 4 homes and 250 children in nursery and primary education.

We have dug 7 wells and fitted 7 handpumps, bringing safe water to remote villages.

100% of gifts go to Kenya.

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Registered with The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland NIC100121 and accepted as a Society in Kenya 26316