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Project Hope Community Centre

From the humble beginnings of wooden barracks which served as home for orphaned children in Kenya, Hope Community Centre now boasts not only separate brick dormitories houses for boys and girls built by emerge poverty free, but also a secondary school and a clinic on site.

Years ago, emerge poverty free funded the set up of the chicken farm to help with project sustainability.  Now that farm has not only 200 chickens but also 16 cows, 30 sheep, 6 goats and 10 pigs! The orphanage feeds 200 children at least 3 meals per day and sends them to school. They also have 30 abandoned babies to look after.

The project continues to grow even now after our funding has moved on. This is thanks to the focus on sustainability by Lucy, Hope Community Centres manager and the sustainable approach and practices of emerge poverty free.

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