Civilization: It’s the distance between man and his waste

WASH Class 2-15-2

What does the word ‘wash’ mean to you? A good scrub? Yes, that’s one way of viewing it but it’s not the only one: extend it into WASH – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene! We take it for granted that everyone understands the importance of hygiene but you’d actually be surprised at how little people fully . . . → Read More: Civilization: It’s the distance between man and his waste

Our Childrens’ Custodians are worth hailing. They’re organized and caring.

TT Custodians Mtg 9-15-4

There are many things that we love about Twana Twitu and of course ranking top is the children that we serve. But right next to them is a precious lot of folk: the custodians that make our work possible in the very first place. They are the grandparents who cook meals for our children, who ensure . . . → Read More: Our Childrens’ Custodians are worth hailing. They’re organized and caring.

Say NO to Child Abuse…We Do!

If you are as passionate about children as we are, then you can relate to the anger that we feel when we are notified about a child being unnecessarily punished or beaten. In our case, it is especially painful since these children are already vulnerable. When we learned about from Karung’a village in Enziu sub location . . . → Read More: Say NO to Child Abuse…We Do!

From Wisconsin with Love. Three Wonderful Women Touch Our Children.

The girls showing off their pretty dresses

Never underestimate the power of one small idea and the good that can come out of it when people join together to make a positive difference in the world. One year ago Susanne Nickolai-Mays of Princeton, Wisconsin attended a quilt show in Madison and came back home with a project she was eager to work . . . → Read More: From Wisconsin with Love. Three Wonderful Women Touch Our Children.

Behold the new Celeb! Our Ndulu Woes Vice President as Twana Twitu dances in support of the less fortunate

It was December 15th, 2011 and watching little Ndulu Ndunge as she walked across the hall at Serena Hotel headed for a photo op with Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka, comedian Nyambane and other dignitaries, one would have thought that she has always lived in this territory, enjoying good food and rubbing shoulders with the high and mighty.

But . . . → Read More: Behold the new Celeb! Our Ndulu Woes Vice President as Twana Twitu dances in support of the less fortunate

Books! Books! and more books for Twana Twitu: the Malonza Sisters gift us at Christmas

Malonza Book Donation

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! With the kids jingle belling,
And everyone telling you, “Be of good cheer,”
It’s the most wonderful time of the year.

We’re getting ourselves in the Christmas spirit and have been blessed with a reason to smile: Jewel and Joy Malonza, the first two reindeers bearing us gifts.

When . . . → Read More: Books! Books! and more books for Twana Twitu: the Malonza Sisters gift us at Christmas

Philanthropy before Profit: Choice International Jewelry Ltd. Supports Our Children

Choice Cheque

For most, Tuesday November 8th, 2011 was just a regular day in Nairobi. The traffic jams were as chocked as ever and as life is in any large city, the people were in motion for a routine day. It was normal for everyone but those at Twana Twitu.

It is not every day that we attend a . . . → Read More: Philanthropy before Profit: Choice International Jewelry Ltd. Supports Our Children

Good healthcare counts: It gives hope…it saves lives!

In her short time on earth, Nzuna Kiteme, 15, has lived more than most of us. From her little village, Mbondoni, she has fought more wars than most military combating, in her young life, fear, insecurity, stigma and the battle of them all: HIV/AIDS, the virus that killed her parents and left her orphaned at a . . . → Read More: Good healthcare counts: It gives hope…it saves lives!

Thanks to Training, Three More of Our Youth Secure Employment

Muli, Kyalo and Syomiti

What defines success to you? Wealth? Fame? Or the ability to pick oneself up when faced with adversity?

At Twana Twitu we are constantly being faced with challenges that require head-on, hands-on solutions. We battle HIV in the infected by ensuring that all our affected children are well fed, monitored and provided with the necessary medical support . . . → Read More: Thanks to Training, Three More of Our Youth Secure Employment

From Farm to Table: Our Medley’s Delicious!

Tomatoes

Here’s a tongue twister for you, “Twana Twitu’s tomatoes tantilize tables!” Say it five times – error free – and we’ll send you a Twana Twitu sticker for your car, computer or favourite gadget. That’s how excited we are about the progress our farm is making. If we ever we’ve been believers in . . . → Read More: From Farm to Table: Our Medley’s Delicious!