# Baby Jonathan Alan born 1st January 2016

both of them journeyed to Oldonyiro to collect the baby

Jonathan Alan

The first rescue of 2016 happened immediately in the new year when Catherine was informed of another baby at risk outside Oldonyiro. On 18th Robert drove to Nanyuki to meet Jonathan, who had taken the matatu from Isiolo, and both of them journeyed to Oldonyiro to collect the baby and meet the police and the Chief of the area.

There was heavy rain during the night so the journey on Tuesday from Oldonyiro to Ngaremara via Kipsing and Isiolo, 120 kms was at times quite treacherous. We thank God they arrived safely at 4pm along with Catherine and her daughter Doris. Baby J A had weighed in at the clinic at 2.1kgs, had coped with the journey well and was soon in the arms of Esther enjoying a bottle of formula milk.

Here a few days later he is well settled and in the nursery with Joy and Diana now 3 months. All three are doing well and the three nannies now have a baby each to manage along with other duties. The babies have their own mosquito proof tent and are are being very well cared for.

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added on Jan 24

Pray for babies Jonathan, Joy and Diana

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