In 2011 Kenya Build completed the re-building of Cheryl’s Children’s Home and school. A classroom, baby room, IT room and a library were built.
Found a little boy called Malik(aged 10) on a dumpsite who was in immediate need of medical attention. We brought him to Kenyatta hospital for treatment, thankfully he made a full recovery and is now a resident at Cheryl’s.
Sadly in December 2011 Samuel Sambuli who ran Cheryl’s Children’s Home passed away after battling with cancer for over 12 months.
Kenya Build has been designated registered status by the revenue commissioners, the registered charity number is CHY19235.
A new project has just commenced at Dream Children’s Home which is situated outside a village called Ngong. The orphanage is home to 49 children, both boys and girls. They also have their own school. Kenya build is building 2 new classrooms in 2012.
A group of volunteers from Holland, America, England and Ireland will take part in a building project at Dream Children’s Home from June 30th to July 8th.
Kenya build founder Basil Love was the recipient of the Mooneys Magic Moment award on the Derek Mooney Show on RTE1 which was broadcast from the Hawks Well Theatre on June 28th.