# Seamstresses and Legal Experts

Dressmaking, passports and legal hurdles: the day-to-day matters of a children’s home are always interesting

Josephine, our housemother at Ngaremara, and the boy we had at hospital returned to Ngaremara by matatu (minibus). Leaving Nairobi at 11am and arriving home at 8pm, it was a long day for them both.

Pamela and Josephine had shopped earlier, so Josephine (a trained seamstress who loves dressmaking) went back with enough material to make nine dresses for the children!

Today, Pamela and I have a few things to shop for and I want to visit a solar pump distributor to get some advice. We are also going to be working on a short prayer letter to email home to the Kindfund team who will arrange to distribute it; thanks in advance!

We are looking forward to the arrival of Paul Dickson on Tuesday. He will bring his usual impetus and enthusiasm to help drive forward the laborious process of collecting and double-checking information for passports. His help will also be invaluable as we prepare to go to the court with the advocate to get joint and full legal guardianship for all the children travelling.

added on Mar 16

Pray for the advocate as he prepares to go to the court to get legal guardianship for the children travelling.

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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