Nov
25

Faida joins the Footprints Family

The Footprints Family welcomes Faida. He has joined along with his brothers Elvis and Geoffrey and his sister Miriam. Faida was very poorly when he joined our Footprints Family but is recovering well and making friends He has made close friends with young Sammy. The two can often be seen playing together. 
Nov
25

Baby Geoffrey joins the Footprints Family

Geoffrey has joined the Footprints Family along with sister Miriam and brothers Elvis and Faida. He was four months old when he joined us and weighed only two kilos. Some of the pictures below show him before he joined us and you can also see in just a few short weeks the difference Footprints has made to this tiny babies life.  
Nov
25

Miriam loving being able to start school

Miriam recently joined the Footprints Family along with her brothers Elvis, Faida and baby Geoffrey. She is a shy, quiet girl but as you can see from this photo she is very excited about being able to begin school at the Footprints Academy. The picture is of her with classmates looking very smart and ready to begin her new life. 
Nov
25

Miriam joins the Footprints Family

Miriam has joined the Footprints family along with her siblings Elvis, Faida and baby Geoffrey 
Nov
25

Elvis has joined The Footprints Family

We welcome Elvis to the Footprints Family. He has arrived with 3 siblings Miriam, Faida and baby Geoffrey.  All the children arrived in poor health but has you can see from his smile in the photo he is very happy to be at Footprints. 
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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Aug
20

Good news from Footprints

After four months of being in hospital away from The Footprints Family Kilonzo is finally home. He has been on an incredible journey and bravely endured the unknown. Look at him now towering above our Social Worker William, it is incredible to see.  We look forward to seeing you on the Football field once again Kilonzo We would like to thank a...
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Jun
16

Update on Kolonzo

Good Morning everyone our Social Worker travelled recently to Portreitz where Kolonzo is being treated for his knocked knees condition. He met with the physiotherapist who suggested Kolonzo will need about another two weeks of treatment before he can be discharged. Kolonzo is responding well to the physiotherapy and his bones are knitting together ...
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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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Jun
11

Catherine starts school

 We rescued Catherine along with her son Samuel back in March and we are pleased to update you with the news she has finally started to attend Maasai Corner School along with some of the other children at Footprints. The photos below show Catherine before she began at the school, as she needed to complete an entrants exam to attend t...
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May
26

Janet's first steps at Footprints

We just wanted to give you an update on Baby Janet who you may remember we rescued  in June last year. There had been an attempt to bury Janet by her mother who was suffering from mental health issues when she was born. Footprints rescued her and she joined our Footprints family.  A very exciting event has happened in this beautiful littl...
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May
02

The difference The Footprints Family is making

 You may know that Maliu was rescued along with his brother Muoki in October last year by the Footprints Family. The boys have settled in to the home extremely well over the past six months.  We wanted to share this picture as it really shows the difference The Footprints Family are making to these children's lives and we could not do thi...
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Apr
25

Update on our brave Kolonzo

As some of you know our young man Kolonzo has recently received surgery on his legs to correct a condition called Genu Valgum (knocked knees) He has been transferred from our local hospital to Portreitz where he is currently recovering from the surgery and will be receiving some physiotherapy once the plasters are removed from his legs. He will the...
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Apr
14

Update on Kolonzo

Just thought we would give you an update today on Kolonzo's surgery. The operation went well but he has had a bit of a rough first night. To be expected after what he has gone through. As you can see he is being extremely brave. Our social worker has been with Kolonzo while he is in hospital and making sure he remains as comfortable as possible. . ...
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Apr
12

Our brave young man Kolonzo

Today is a very important day for Kolonzo. He and his brother Wambua were rescued by Footprints a couple of years ago. Kolonzo has been suffering from Genu Valgum (knock knees) This causes the knees to bang together when walking. You can see the effect it is having on him in the video below. We have taken Kolonzo to the local hospital, Kinodo Kwetu...
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Mar
08

Two new additions to The Footprints Family

We have news that The Footprints Family have managed to rescue a young girl named Catherine aged approx. 15 years old (we are unsure at this moment of her correct age) and her 2-year-old son Samwell from a life of danger and poverty.  Catherine can now begin a safe life at Footprints where she can once again be a child and receive a much-wante...
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Feb
21

Playtime at Footprints

Picture a Christmas morning; a birthday, or just a moment of indulgence when buying a toy to play with for children in the UK… For most, not all, it would consist of brightly coloured plastic toys in all shapes and sizes. A yellow plastic tea-pot, An 'authentic' BBQ, a Barbie doll in her glad-rags and the like. But what is play and why does it matt...
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Feb
14

Raphael's life at University

Raphael's StoryWho am I?Do you really want to know?The story of my life is not for the faint of heart. If someone said it was a happy little tail, if someone told you I was your average little boy, not a care in the world. Someone lied.But, let me assure you this, my story like any other is worth telling. My story is about a woman, that woman stand...
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Feb
11

Our brave little soldier update...

We have good news... Nicolas is now out of hospital and back at home at Footprints. Looking a little sad but we are sure he will have his lovely smile back in a few days. Nicolas is still on medication but is on the mend. Thank you to everyone for your kind thoughts and get well wishes.
Feb
09

Our brave little soldier

Yesterday our brave little soldier Nicolas was admitted to hospital with septic tonsils. He has been suffering with a sore throat, cough and high temperature, so we decided to take no risks and get him checked out at hospital. He was admitted for an overnight stay to be reviewed today. Aunty Ann stayed with him but as you see from the photo he is a...
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