Tumaini and her older brother Samwell, were found living with their elderly grandparents after the death of their parents. 

Aug
30

Reuniting with family ...

Here at The Footprints Family we not only provide a secure safe and loving home for our rescued vulnerable children but we are constantly trying to find family and relatives. We now have an aftercare programme in place that Mama Kerry and the Social Workers are involved with, trying to reintegrate children back with family. UNICEF has, for a w...
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Jun
11

Re-Intergration programme

The Footprints Family are constantly working with the social services and any existing family the children may have. We have found some family for Tumaini so we took her for an initial visit to meet them. This is an extremely delicate process as you can imagine. It has to be introduced very slowly but it is important the children can meet any exist...
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Mar
08

Tumaini

Over the last 4 years Tumaini has grown into a wonderfully happy little girl with many friends at school.  She loves to dance and sing and get involved in helping around the home with the aunties. She especially loves to read aloud, gaining pleasure from using her voice to create atmosphere!
Feb
07

Tumaini Joins Footprints

Tumaini and her older brother Samwell, were found living with their elderly grandparents after the death of their parents. The village in Mwatapa where we found them was in a poverty stricken area with mainly orphaned children living with HIV. Fortunately after the rescue and routine medical checks we were relieved that both children had not been i...
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