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....
Family homes for Florence and Emmanuel

Family homes for Florence and Emmanuel

Future Stars is NOT a children’s home. The hope is always to find a family home for each of the children in the care of the rescue centre. Here are a couple of success stories as Florence and Emmanuel find their new homes.

Kibera Demolition Consequences: Rescued from Exploitation

Kibera Demolition Consequences: Rescued from Exploitation

Following the demolition of her home, Grace found herself exploited by someone tasked with keeping her safe. Thankfully, Future Stars could step in and offer her sanctuary. Grace is the fourth child making her home at the centre as a direct consequence of the government’s road construction project through Kibera.

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.

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