We are so grateful to God our creator and that’s why we take this opportunity to thank you so much for financially supporting Baby Life Rescue Centre, even those who have generously given anonymously to BLRC, you all play a big role in the lives of those who don’t know what is happening around them. Because of you they have a place to call “home”, because of you they have milk to drink daily and food, because of you they have clothes to wear. What else can we say; except to sincerely thank you for your involvement in this noble work.
Though it seems we still have a long way to go but your friendship and encouragement makes us feel much nearer to achieve our goal than when we started. May our God whom we love and trust, bless you abundantly. Life sometimes is like a circle, you go round and you find yourself in the same point, maybe this time with much greater challenges. It is not a long time when we had one of our child hospitalised and apart from his milestone delay, the boy is doing wonderful, so active with lots of movements here and there. Recently we had a similar case where another baby five months old, had been admitted in the hospital three times suffering from pneumonia, it’s our hope that he‘ll fully recover. Despite the huge hospital bill, we are grateful, and do have a reason to thank God for keeping him alive, like the other one we have watched them in a very critical condition not sure if the child will make it to the following day.
We want to acknowledge Dr. Rachel Kariuki who offers free medical attention to all the babies of BLRC and she goes an extra mile, where a child is released from the hospital under her account, this gives us more room to raise the money as we entirely depend on friends and goodwill of well-wishers to help us pay our bills otherwise we would be detained in the hospital until we pay the last penny.
Our country has been experiencing severe drought and famine which has badly affected Northern Kenya and across the horn of Africa. In the whole country prices of essential commodities have skyrocketed in the last few months with an increase almost every week and this makes life so hard for us with our very tight budget. It gives us big challenges as we try to figure out how we can make ends meet.
The following are our prayer needs
We desire to live a life of debt free, currently we have a debt of Ksh. 167,276.00 equivalent to about $1,858.62 It’s shocking because this happened within a short time 90% being the hospital bill.
As we endeavour to meet the need of the growing number of abandoned babies, there is a great need to have a house which is conducive for our infants and toddlers.
We are also in need of our own car for efficient transport.
Pray for a financial break through for easy operation in BLRC.
Once again we sincerely thank you so much for your friendship and support for this worthy course and together we can make their world a better place.
It was a week mixed with sadness and joy as we released Tumaini to her adoptive parents.
She was warmly received by Hugo, Chantal her parents and her lovely older brother Baraka. Tumaini was among the first babies admitted in BLRC and she was first to leave us.
We are all happy she has a new family.