A thank you letter from Josphine Mmbone

A thank you letter from Josphine Mmbone

We are excited to share with our partners and friends a thank you letter from Josphine Mmbone, one of the beneficiaries of the food baskets. Josphine is a member of the Jitambue Purity Program-JPP Club(a discipleship program for high school girls) and a student from...
Meet Pamela

Meet Pamela

Pamela is a 38 years old widow who lives in Kibera slums. She lost her husband in 2007 post-election violence at 25 years thereby shouldering the huge responsibility of raising her three children. Over the last 13 years, she has raised her children through the small...
TABASAMU 2019 Day Six

TABASAMU 2019 Day Six

The Swahiba Team was in Kibera Slums where 537 faces were lit when receiving a brand new pairs of shoes. Kibera is the largest Slum South of Sahara with an estimated 800,000 people living in 4miles radius with limited toilets/plumbing/access roads and on incomes of...
Tabasamu Day Four

Tabasamu Day Four

The Swahiba Team today was at Lang’ata Women Prison with over 300 inmates. We had the privilege of giving 98 pairs of new shoes to children living within the prison and neighborhood. It’s tough for children who have their Mum’s in prison but today we shared the love...

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