Friends of Kenyan Orphans Stories

New Hats for All!

New Hats for All!

St. Clare has moved to fully integrate the HIV / AIDS students with all the other girls. While in Kenya this past February, our team worked to reduce the stigma of HIV+ and to enable these girls to be like the others.

Update on St. Clare Grads in Quarantine

Update on St. Clare Grads in Quarantine

Over the past months, Friends of Kenyan Orphans made arrangements to rent housing for several recent St. Clare graduates, rescuing them from the unsafe living conditions in Mathare slums.

Recent St. Clare Grads Continue to Quarantine in Safety

Recent St. Clare Grads Continue to Quarantine in Safety

As the lockdown continues in Kenya to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, we are happy to share this message from one of the recent St. Clare graduates who has been rescued from the Mathare slums to quarantine in safety.

Close Quarters

Close Quarters

From the bunk beds which fill the dormitories to the shared pews at church, or the neat rows in the classroom, the girls are a picture of grace in communal living.

Sanitation is a Concern for Everyone

Sanitation is a Concern for Everyone

It seems we are spending more time than ever before focusing on toilet paper and germs for good reason, as the passing of sickness is on the forefront of everyone’s mind. These issues have long been a major focus to ensure a healthy environment for the children in Kenya.