CHILD SPONSORSHIP

One child at a time, we are changing lives and you can too!

EVERY CHILD DESERVES A CHANCE

Every child is unique and deserves the chance to go to school, to eat, to dream, to achieve incredible things and to look forward to a bright future. Become a sponsor for one of our former street boys at Global Hope Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre and make a wonderful impact on his life by providing him with all the necessities to live a happy life.

Ian

Ian Andola

Hello, I am Ian and I am 14 years old. I am attending class 5 at Ngong Township Primary School.
Before I met Joseph, I have been living on the streets for 3 years, I don’t have a family. At the beginning of 2018, Joseph was informed about a street boy in a hospital in Nairobi and went to pick me up. I am so glad he found me.
When I grow up I want to be a pilot and visit Australia. My favourite sport is football and my favourite food is ugali. Furthermore, I love gospel music and dogs.

David

David Murimi

Hello, I am David and I came to the Centre in December 2018. As I have four sisters, my mother couldn’t provide for me anymore, I have been living on the streets between Ngong and Nairobi for the last 3 years, being in and out of school.
Joseph rescued me and brought me to the Centre to settle. What I really like about Global Hope Centre is the love I get from my brothers and that I have time to play with friends.
I am 15 years old and attend Class 5 at Ngong Township Primary School. One day, I want to be an airplane engineer and travel to Germany. My favourite animals are dogs. I like listening to bongo music and playing football and rugby.

Williamson Maina

Williamson Maina

Hey there, I am Williamson and I was born on 29th of August 2001. I left my home in February 2018 because I was not comfortable and undergoing punishments by my stepmother.
On the street, I had to risk my life every day to get food and clothes by stealing. Thankfully, I met a boy who was living in the Global Hope Centre and helped me to find my new home there. Since October 2018, I have a safe home, food, and education. I attend Class 8 at Oloolua Primary School at the moment. My favorite subjects are Science and English. In the future, I want to become a General Doctor. My favorite animals are cats and one of my biggest dreams is visiting the ocean someday.

Alex Wakesa

Alex Wakesa

Hey, my name is Alex, I am 12 years old and I am from Kiambu. I go to Class 1 at Ngong Township Primary School. I lived on the streets from 2014 until 2018, then I came to Global Hope Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre. I was found by a few Global Hope boys and a volunteer in a slum of Nairobi. While they were searching for another boy, I didn’t leave their side for 2 hours and was following them to the bus station where they decided to take me with them.
I am so glad I have the chance to live a better life now. When I grow up I want to be an Engineer for airplanes. My hobbies are playing football and listening to gospel music.

Brian Ndirangu

Brian Ndirangu

Hi, my name is Brian, I am 17 years old and I am from Embu. I am in class 8 at Kings and Queens Academy. I lived on the streets of Nairobi for 1.5 years before ending up in a children’s prison where Joseph rescued me from in July 2018. For me, the hardest thing about living on the streets was finding food and shelter. When I grow up I’d like to become an aviation engineer. I love living at Global Hope because we have our freedom still, we receive a lot of love from visitors and we always pray together.

Chris Wafula

Christopher Wafula

Hey, I am Christopher and I am 16 years old. I was born in Nairobi on the 27th of March 2003. I lived on the street for 3 years. In 2016, I was introduced to Global Hope through a friend of Joseph but I ran away—luckily, I decided to come back in August 2018. I am in Class 8 at Ngong Township Primary School and I am so happy to be able to attend school. Lions are my favourite animals and my hobbies are basketball, dance, rap, and gymnastics. One day, I would like to visit Denmark, Russia, and Israel.

Alvin

Alvin Mwangi

Hello, my name is Alvin, I am 16 years old and I was born in Ngong. Due to quarrels in my family, I had to leave my home and had to live on the streets for 4 year where no one cared for me and I was abused by the police. Then I met Joseph who gave me a new home at Global Hope Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre. My brother Wilson and his cousins Mustafa, Hassan and Amran followed me later. I am going to Class 8 at Kings & Queens Academy. In my future, I want to be an Architect.

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Brian Shikuku

Hello, I am Brian, I am 17 years and I was born in Ngong. Currently, I am attending Class 8 at Ngong Township Primary School. There was no food and many problems at home, that’s why I have been living on the street from 2015 – 2017 where I was struggling to find a place to sleep and begging for food. Thank God, I knew someone at Global Hope – my big brother Alvin was living in Global, that’s how I was introduced. I love about Global Hope that the volunteers there try to provide everything we need for a living. My biggest career wish is to become a musician or artist.

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John Kamunyu

Hey, my name is John, I am 17 years old and I was born in Laikipia. I was living on the streets for 1 year and 2 months. I was in a bad shape, had no food, no peace, and no love. Thank God, Joseph found me, helped me to go back to school and brought me to Global Hope in August 2017. I feel so lucky to be able to live at Global Hope because I have enough food, education, and opportunities. I am going to Class 8 at Ngong Township Primary School. In my future, I want to become a farmer.

Moses Mulwa

Hi, I am Moses and I am 17 years old. I was born in Machakos and have one brother. I was forced onto the streets when I was 13, where I lived for 2 years. The hardest part of life on the streets was finding enough food to stay alive. I met Joseph when he rescued me from the streets and gave me a new home at the Global Hope Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre. My favourite thing about living at Global Hope is that I get food every day. I recently completed my KCPE at Ngong Township and am excited to start Secondary School next year. When I grow up, I would like to be a DJ.

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Allan Kariuki Osman

Hey, I am Allan, I am 19 years old and was born in Kikuyu. At the moment, I am in year 8 at Kings & Queens Academy. I lived on the streets from 2011-2017, a very long time. In 2013, I met Joseph for the first time at the market in Ngong. He took me to Global Hope but I was coming and going. I finally settled in Global in 2017. My worst experience while I was living on the streets was being molested. I love our “dad” Joseph so much, and I enjoy playing football at the Centre. For my future, I wish to become an electrical engineer.

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George Irungu

Hey there, I am George, I am 17 years old, and from Ngong. Until this year, I was living on the streets of Ngong. In 2016, my father chased me away from home. There always were quarrels between my parents. I nearly got killed on the streets but thank God, I was lucky enough to survive. Then in April 2019, I met Joseph and was asked if I want to come with him and go back to school. Currently, I am going to Class 8 at Ngong Township Primary School. At Global Rescue Centre I get everything I need – I am so happy to be there. When I finish school, I want to become a scientist! My hobbies are playing football, dancing, and making my own songs ⁃ my favorite subjects in school are Science, Math, and English.

WE NEED YOUR HELP

Global Hope is a small and relatively new operation, and so we rely on our volunteers and donors.
We have several volunteers who live with us and assist in the running of the center, including administrative tasks, supervision and extra curricular teaching. We also have volunteers who have travelled from around the world to come and stay with us.
 
We are always looking for people to volunteer their services. Any kind of assistance is welcome. We particularly need people to volunteer as counselors or trainers in any field.
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