Term 4, 2021
We glorify God for His grace and favor upon us that has enabled us to complete the fourth term of the year 2021. Below are some of the successful highlights that we would like to share with you. As Molo Centre, we really appreciate your love and support towards us. We are praying for God’s blessings as we continue with this partnership with an aim of transforming lives.
Irene Lipesa Mambili,
Headteacher, Molo Milimani
Total Enrolled: 305 students
Total Unsponsored: 198 students
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Hope Transforms: A Success Story
*Winnie is a grade two pupil who joined us as a kindergarten pupil in 2018. At the time, she was living with her mother who later became ill and lost her mental faculties. Winnie was then taken to live with her aunt.
Instead of finding refuge at her aunt’s home, Winnie has endured so much torture there. She was overworked and mistreated by her aunt and cousins (older daughters to the aunt). She would be sent for water at weird hours of the night, required to wash all the dishes, fetch firewood alone in the forest, wash clothes for everyone in the house while they did nothing. When she failed to do the work given to her, she would be beaten thoroughly by the aunt and cousins. Molo is a very cold region and the young girl would be made to bathe in cold water every morning and then come to school without breakfast.
We noticed that all was not well because Winnie was constantly shivering in class. She appeared malnourished and had marks all over her body. She was also unsettled in class and could not concentrate on her studies which took a toll on her academic performance. She would cry every evening when it was time to go home and this is what prompted the class teacher to the fact that all was not well. When we spoke to Winnie, she shared everything she was going through and showed the marks on her body that attested to the physical abuse the child was enduring.
We immediately took up this case and engaged the County Children’s Department. They removed Winnie from her aunt’s home and the children’s officer temporarily placed her in a nearby children’s home as they look for a safe place where she can live. Since being placed at the home, there has been great improvement in her academics. She is well settled and doing very well at school. Her dream in the future is to become a policewoman and with the focus this young girl has, we know that this is possible.
We thank God for Winnie’s life. Please help us pray that a more suitable relative will be identified to live with her and that they will treat the child with kindness and consideration.
- We are proud of our grade six learners who have continued to do well in their exams and we are praying and trusting God that this will be the trend until they sit for their final exams.
- We also thank God that most of our parents are taking their responsibility very seriously and they are supporting their children’s education as well as playing their part as parents.
- We also thank God that our student’s discipline has really improved and this has also led to an improvement in their academic performance.
- Pray for our center that God will provide finances for the construction of permanent structures in our school.
- Pray for the families we serve that they may all receive spiritual transformation and redemption especially for those who are still taking alcohol and even using drugs.
- Pray for all our learners that they may all excel in their studies irrespective of the challenges that they face and for God’s protection upon all our families and staff.
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