The new year has started on a high note for operations at Action Two Africa. Schools reopened on January 7th, and Action Two Africa’s sponsored children have returned another term full of learning and studying.
Marlyne, a 16-year old Kiambiu resident and Action Two Africa’s first beneficiary, is now in her last year of secondary school (high school), and will be sitting for her final exams later this year. Marlyne was one of the first children from Kiambiu that we met during our stay in Kenya. Despite her family’s economic struggles, Marlyne has stayed hard at work, intent on seeing her dream of becoming a Kenyan journalist come true one day.
Our partner in Kenya, Humphrey, recently gathered all the children together at Action Two Africa’s office to take photos of them holding signs thanking their sponsors for their generosity. Everyone here is eternally grateful for what you, our sponsors and supporters, have done to help these children break free of the cycle of poverty that afflicts the community that they live in so heavily.
We could not be here without you.
So what now? We want to hear from you! What are you interested in finding out about the children here in Kenya or about their environment? Send us an email or message us on Facebook to let us know how we can get you excited about what’s happening here in Kenya!
Have a great new year everyone!