THEY ARE ALL THAT IS LEFT
That’s a sorry fact. You see, it’s early morning, and the Kamobo kids are sitting in the dirt outside their hut wondering how bad things will be now.
NINE-MONTH DEATH SENTENCE
She knew she was dying. With each debilitating contraction growing stronger and more painful, the desperate woman staggered into our Kinship Home. She was sure she wouldn’t survive, but she needed to know her beloved baby would be safe. READ ON
STOP THE ITCH: MOSQUITO CONTROL
For most Kinships, contracting malaria or another mosquito-borne illness is not a matter of “if,” but a matter of “when.” Zika, malaria, yellow fever, and more are out to attack these children. But you can keep them safe! LEARN HOW