Meet Our Pearls
A tiny grain of sand finds its way under an oyster shell, and it is so irritating that the oyster covers the irritant with a secretion. The longer the irritation is there, the more the oyster coats it. Eventually this grain of sand becomes a beautiful, smooth, shiny pearl.
We take our tiny grains of children and cover their hurt, abandonment and pain with love, community and acceptance.
Miriam lost her father who succumbed to HIV/AIDS. Her mother died a year later. Miriam was brought to us by the local council leader.
Jerry was born to a lady who came from Mbale and had gone to live in Mombasa, Kenya. She got AIDS and came back with her when she was very ill. She later died and left Jerry with her sister.
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Mildred lost both her parents and was left as the eldest child to care for her siblings. Later her parents’ humble house was confiscated from them by a creditor who seized all they had and they were left to wander from place to place.
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