There's a new face at the Happy House, trainee social worker Moses Mosega.
Moses,19, grew up in a children's home himself, where our Uncle Billy once worked, and is now studying community development at Mt Kenya University.
Moses is with our family for a month and settling in well, getting to know all the children. Here he is pictured with our David who is coming on so well with all the extra help he needs readily available.
Here, Moses describes what being at the Happy House means to him:
It is hard to explain how I feeI about the entire family of the Happy House. Their beautiful and handsome faces take me back to my younger years when I was in such a position and still in a Children Home.
The environment here is cool which will enable these young angels to realize their capabilities and abilities in life. Being in Happy House tells how it must of been for the child before coming to the umbrella of this house.
The house mothers have clearly taken the responsibility to own these children as their own which is clear from the undivided love and hard work they have towards the kids . All the other workers at the home generally have taken that initiative to tirelessly work for the betterment of the family.
I received a warm welcome and I feel at home fully.
Any hand of help given to these young children will never go unrewarded because service to man is service to God.
May I take this golden opportunity to sincerely thank Sue Hayward for making the dreams of these children ,chartered by different challenges and difficulties in life, come TRUE. Thank you once again.
I am grateful for the chance to be at the Happy House on attachment and feel sure it is the right place to be. Thank you.