Abused Kisii Girl Needs Urgent Sponsorship
Originally posted on KCIS blog
The Twiga Children’s Centre has today been informed that if Esther (13), a Gusii girl who is lodged at an orphanage in Kajiado is not taken in by Twiga Children’s Centre very soon, she will be taken back to her parents.
This is not good news. Esther’s parents sent her out to work as a house girl, where she suffered beatings and other cruelty in the hands of her employer. This will happen again if we do not offer Esther accommodation.
We need a sponsor who can help this girl to lead a normal life, attend school and regain the right to be a child.
3,000 Kenyan shillings (about UK£26.00 or US$40.00) a month will ensure that Esther is placed with a caring family, is fed, clothed and attends school.
Please, is there someone who will help us to rescue this girl from a life of abuse by donating 3,000/- a month?
You can donate through PayPal, or you can contact Vincent at the Twiga Centre in Kisii.
Twiga Children’s Centre has been contacted by an orphanage in Kajiado, asking if we can take one of their children, a girl called Esther.
Esther (13) was transferred to the Kajiado Children’s Home from another orphanage, but she is of the Gusii tribe and there is no one in Kajiado who speaks the Abagusii language, and she does not speak the Maasai language. Naturally, Esther is very unhappy and wants to return to her traditional homeland of Kisii.
We would be happy to help and to make this child happy, but we really are stretched financially.
If anyone reading this can help by sponsoring Esther so that she can return to her people, please do not hesitate to contact us at Twiga Children’s Centre through our website.