Jesus made the lame walk and the blind see. Jonah needs that kind of miracle. Kijabe and the Needy Funds have kept him alive and shown him love, putting him in the place where he can wait for the angel to stir the water, for the healer to pass by.
severely chronically malnourished, with very stunted growth due to his mother's inability to feed him enough every day. But here he is having the time of his life seeing his face in the camera. A kind pastor in his town brought him in for care.
this one a refugee from the largest refugee camp in the world located in Dadaab, Kenya. The NGO's that work there send kids like this to Kijabe for diagnosis and treatment. I believe she has a genetic dwarfism syndome, something that is not easy for a family with seven other children to deal with in a refugee camp located in barbed wire fences in the desert.
So many children who live with too little care, space, food, medicine, opportunity. So many who dwindle without resources or care for too long, and come to us too late. But these four were helped, by our Needy Children's Fund, the Orthopedic Vulnerable Patient Fund, a local Kenyan church, and the UNHCR and other NGO's.
Thank you to all who have donated in the last month. The income and expenditure when I checked on Thursday were almost exactly matched. God knew our needs. I just keep spending the donations on these kids as fast as they come in, knowing the more we help, the more will be provided. THANKS.