When finding employment is heartbreaking

When finding employment is heartbreaking

Choosing between food and your child is something no mother should ever have to do. Hezron and Cindy are innocent victims of extreme poverty. Read more about two children in need of support.

A home for Tashley

A home for Tashley

January 2020 brought exciting news for a long-stay resident, Tashley Shaniz, who has lived at the rescue centre since she was a baby.

Joining the Rescue Centre – Vionza Atieno

Joining the Rescue Centre – Vionza Atieno

Future Stars is open 365 days a year to ensure the care and safety of some of Kibera’s most vulnerable children. Sometimes this involves providing extra food or school supplies to non-resident children and perhaps a bed for the night to help in an emergency. The...
Alcoholism destroys families – three new arrivals

Alcoholism destroys families – three new arrivals

Future Stars Development and Rescue Centre is constantly monitoring the wellbeing of every child who uses the centre. Recent concerns have led to a significant development in the stories of brother and sister Rudolf Audele and Phanis Semo, and of young Joseph Nyokulo....

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