The stories of these vulnerable girls broke her heart, she felt overwhelmed by their needs and concerned about their psychological and emotional wellbeing. A few months later she decided to do something to help these girls. Her organization Hand in Hand Kenya partnered with Ugali Youth....
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In the midst of all the confusion, anxiety and uncertainty, God’s light keep shining through the youth we serve, bringing hope as they stand in solidarity with those experiencing pain, fear, loneliness and grief. With a population of more than 47 million people, Kenya currently has 30,636 confirmed cases of COVID-17, 638 Recovered patients, and 487 deaths reported to date. Source: Ministry of Health Press Briefing August 18, 2020
Maisha Girls safe house, MaryFaith Children’s Centre and Woman’s Hope shelter, constitute the 36 shelters in Kenya not enough to accommodate the rising cases of GBV in the country.
It is early Wednesday morning, and I am with my two daughters. We navigate Nairobi’s tangled traffic and pulsing central business district on our way to visit the Maisha Girls’ Safe House. We are only approximately 20 minutes from bustling downtown Nairobi and immediately sense that this is a truly safe space for the dozens of girls who call it home. It is our first visit here and I can already tell that, besides excitement, there is something different moving in me.
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