Today we drove from our hotel in Kericho to the Ndanai Small Home and Primary School to meet up with the Rehab team. It was great to see them working with local therapists. Currently, there are 10 mothers/grandmothers there with their disabled children/grandchildren; they will be staying at Ndanai for 3 days to learn more about what they can do to help improve their conditions. Karen Leung, the Rehab Service Director, says that it’s amazing to see the mothers and grandmothers interacting and helping each other as they all learn.
We saw the striving garden on site. This is a source of income generation, as is their water source, and they have saved enough money to pay the gardener and purchase everything needed for the meal program.
Mona Walls works with a beautiful baby girl and her grandma through a local therapist translating.
A wheelchair donated by the Lending Cupboard was presented to Gideon whose legs were cut off by a train when he was 9-years-old. He now excels in wheelchair racing.
Jefferson now uses touch screens with his tongue. Here he is playing a game with his tongue—he’s hard to beat!