# Registration frustration and an untimely death

Increasing demand for places in our Wamba and Ngaremara homes.

A very big “thank-you!” to those who visited our homes with gifts of food, clothes and toys in the run up to Christmas.

Over the Christmas period we are dealing with requests to take a one year old at-risk child into our Wamba Home and a six month old baby, abandoned at Wamba Hospital.

At Ngaremara we are in the process of bringing in two orphan girls aged 9 and 4 whose relatives are unable to provide adequately for them.

We have been greatly saddened to learn that one of our older girls—now 20 yrs old—who left us two years ago has recently lost her baby daughter, born earlier in the year. Please pray for her and the family circle.

We have been frustrated by the administrative arrangements in Maralal for registering our Wamba home as a Charitable Children’s Institution. The process was straightforward at Isiolo for our Ngaremara home, now registered since September 2013. Both applications were made in August 2012 and we supplied similar support material in each case. Please ask God to give us favour with the Office at Maralal and to open up a way.

added on Dec 26

Please pray for discernment and wisdom for management in considering applications for entry and for favour with the Government at Wamba and Maralal.

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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