Join our campaign today
Tido Rescue rehabilitation center is a refuge to homeless teens that have rescued from the streets.
The rescue and rehabilitation program was established to address the growing population of vulnerable children and teenagers on the city streets of Kisumu Kenya. The programs goal is to identify the homeless at risk teens, and give them an opportunity, and an environment to recover from substance abuse. The rehabilitation programs also offers vocational hands-on training to help assimilate the teens back into the society with skills that equip them to earn a living. The younger ones are given opportunity to go back to a regular educational system with support from Ebenezer Life Centre.
Their are currently about 120 children at the Centre. Ebenezer life Centre provides food, clothing, education and shelter. The facility needs an upgrade and an addition to effectively support its occupants.
Your giving keeps the doors open, and impacts the lives of the children for a better future.
Contact us today to donate.
The Widows program has evolved over the years. Most importantly the widows have been the mother figures for young children from infancy. The programs is both beneficial to the widows and Ebenezer Life Centre Children's Home. For the widows it provides new hope, and opportunity to earn a living. They work in different areas, like foster care, Ebenezer agricultural farms, corn mills, craft (bags, baskets and blankets), and assist in other areas at the orphanage when needed. Ebenezer Life Centre provides and build homes for some the widows, and single mothers in the program. Ebenezer supports them, and in turn their motherly love and care for the children is unprecedented. Their are 50 widows and single mothers in the program
Foster Care Homes. The goal is to upgrade existing foster care homes, and build new ones to accomodate the growing population of children at Ebenezer Life Centre. Foster care is a major focus in the new future to cater for infants. Ebenezer receives abandoned babies from one (1) day old. Foster care provided by able and trained widows will ensure better welfare and health for the little vulnerable babies.
Become a Partner.
Join our efforts, and endeavors to provide the best quality of care to the abandoned infants. Contact us for additional information.
Ayweyo is an extension of Ebenezer to the community that was established after the 2007-08 Kenyan election crisis. Many people were displaced from their homes during the crisis, and some came to Ebenezer for refuge. The children of those who settled in the area after the crisis, did not have a place to go school. Ayweyo School was established to address the situation by providing free education to the vulnerable children in the new settling community. There are more than 240 children attending school here. Ebenezer Life Centre feeds the children besides the schooling.
Current classrooms are over crowded and the children are forced to learn outside in the open or under a tree. Drastic measure are under way to build temporary classrooms in the short term.
Please consider giving toward this project.
Get others involved in a joint effort to build a classroom, through fundraising ideas in your local community or church.
© Copyright. All Rights Reserved