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....
Christine – A new resident, a last resort

Christine – A new resident, a last resort

The decision to provide a home for a child is often a complex one and, in the case of Christine, has been ongoing for many months. However, on Jan 28th 2018, Future Stars became home to another vulnerable child. We hope for a bright future for this resilient 9-year-old.

New Admissions January 2018

New Admissions January 2018

January 2018 saw the arrival of 8 new children at Future Stars. From 2-year-old Miriam to 14-year-old Elizabeth, they’re all waiting to meet you and they’re all on the lookout for a special Child Sponsor!

A Sponsor for Vincent Austine

A Sponsor for Vincent Austine

Excellent news for Vincent, one of the residential children of Future Stars. Having a sponsor will make a very real difference to his life today and his future tomorrow…

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