THE CALL OF MOLO JANUARY 2022 REPORT

INTRODUCTION

Shalom to all in Christ our Lord’s Name,

The following is a list of events of phase five of term three, year 2022, having taken the hand of GOD and cooperation from each member of The Call of Molo, the events unfold as follows:

  • FEEDING PROGRAM

Feeding program for our cherished pupils (students) at Kambala, St. Mary’s and Moto Primary School were carried out diligently during this period whereby lunch was delivered at the respective schools on time. 

This program comprises of 67 children in total whereby, 17 are in Kambala, 22 in St Mary’s and 28 in Moto primary school. Samuel Thuku, Abraham Hagai, Yohanna Obenga and Peter Ndirangu were the new students enrolled. We have new additional staff, namely Esther W. Kimani and Stephen Karigo, House Mother/Father respectfully. The pupils (students) opening, midterm and end of term exams fee are settled. We thank our heavenly Father for His providence.

Follow ups for the pupils under the feeding program that missed school had been continuously carried out to find out the reasons preventing them from attending school regularly. It was discovered that most of the children had fees arrears and were staying at home waiting for the parents/guardians to clear or reduce part of the fee balance.

  • RESCUE CENTRE REPORT

Our home has been blessed and we have increased in number from one child to ten children. David King’ori our pioneer son in Call of Molo home, continues to do well in school and is expecting to improve to a much better position this new term after a background visit to his destitute family and siblings in Naivasha East at Nyandarwa boarder, Kwa Ben village.  Our kid’s family that have joined us to make the ten kids in the home is: Abraham Hagai, Yohanna Obenga, Peter Ndirangu, Margaret Nyokabi, Ruth Wambui, David Mwangi, Martin Karanja, Brian Kagesha and Geoffrey Thuku.

We had a visit from National Bank Molo team of staff who gifted us with sanitary towels together with inner(underwear) wears for boys and girls, ‘Asanteni Sana’(Thank You very Much), welcome back soon.

  • FARM REPORT 

Zawadi produces a maximum of 10 liters of milk a day but has reduced to 8 liters due to the dry spell being experienced in the month of January.  The cows are feeding on solid foods and supplements such as Napier grass, molasses, Hay, Grass and taking water. On December 21 2021. Zawadi received an A.I. service that failed to work and the veterinary is closely monitoring her and evaluating the problem.

The garden has been planted Peas, beans, Cabbages, spinach, potatoes and leaf onions which are assisting in the feeding program on daily basis.

A chicken coop has been constructed to create room for 3 hens and 1 rooster which will provide eggs for the children in the home as well as chicken meat for special occasions in future. 

  • CONCLUSION

From the above information it’s clear that we are still on the right path and will achieve more with GOD on our side.

  • RECOMMENDATION

We thank God for taking us this far and making our efforts valid, for instance children who are less fortunate have been able to be assisted in many possible ways and we appreciate and give thanks to almighty GOD for making everything possible.

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

Much appreciation goes to C.O.M. family for the continued support: starting with our Visionary/Director Zippie Irari, The Board of Directors in U.S.A. and Germany, The Advisory Board Kenya, and the staff. May God bless you all.

Cecilia Muraya 

Senior Social Worker.