Here’s a way for you to help and make a difference.

My lovely sister Shina brought this wonderful cause to my attention from Kenya and it got me thinking- I live in Kenya, My people are suffering and I had nearly no clue.

I have said I want to help and now here’s my chance and yours to help our community.

A home Started in Dec. 2005 in Dagoretti Division in Nairobi West District by Rev. Joseph Munywoki now based in Kajiado North District in Ngong, needs any help you can give it.

It’s called The Sons of Manaseh and it’s Mission is to change the lives of children by giving them shelter, care, educaton, food, health, guidance, and counseling.

Manaseh Children’s Home (Manaseh) is a collaborative and participatory network focusing on enhancing the capacity of boys and girls in and around Nairobi. Their beneficiaries have been the result of abuse, harassment, neglect and abandonment by parents or guardians.

The center was established in the Nairobi Dagoretti Division in 2005 by Director Joseph Munyoki, and currently houses about 30 boys and girls as well as supporting others through an outreach program.

The children are not only provided with food and shelter, but also education, a loving environment and opportunities for extra-curricular activities.

It is a home for those children with no one else to care for them and nowhere else to turn.

Manaseh is firmly focused on the future of those it rescues, but requires strong and widespread support for sustained operation and growth.

Suggested Donations: clothing, utensils, bedding, stationary, medical supplies, etc.

They are in dire need of food and health care funding.

Here is info about where the cash donations can go:
Equity Bank
Account Name: Sons of Manaseh Rehabilitation Centre
Account Number: 0350190537753
Account Branch: Knut House

Please help in any way you can.

Infact here is an email address you can contact for more information:

Their website add is:

Manaseh Children’s Home
PO Box 1721-00502, Karen, Nairobi – Kenya.
Telephone: +254722226569, +254710147130


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Louise Hanly
    Apr 28, 2011 @ 11:34:25

    Hi Ruhila
    Thanks for posting this!! I’m coming to Nairobi May14 to meet my daughter and work w her for a week in the Orphanage. It would be great to meet you. We will be staying in Kenya until May 27 .
    Most warmly


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