Positive Steps in Kenya

Empowering the Youth to care for the disadvantaged in their communities

When an Orphan in Kenya Grows Up

Orphaned years ago, Silas has grown up and struggling to avoid a life of poverty. Will he succeed?

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A Delicious Dish of Termites!

Long ago, one of the most rare delicacies here in Siaya was the locust.  Reportedly, locusts last visited this region in the 1930s.  The old generation recall with nostalgia how … Continue reading

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Know More About Orphans!

If you google “africa orphans” or a similar term there’s not a whole lot of information out there.  What mostly comes up are organisations that are involved, one way or … Continue reading

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A Family Without A Father

We were able to visit another household and listen to their story.  It’s a tragic account of how the loss of a parent can push a family who is already … Continue reading

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An Orphan with Parents?- Immanuel’s Story

Three letters- OVC.   This is the acronym that is used to categorise children who have little or no family support.  Fleshed out, OVC is Orphaned and Vulnerable Children and this … Continue reading

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Google Map – The late Saleh Kulundu’s Home

Below is the location of the home featured in “A Family without a Father”.  One of KOYNET’s goals is to map the needs and resources of areas we are operating … Continue reading

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Quick Profile – Noah’s Ark

Noah’s Ark isa project that cares for OVC in and around Mumias town in western Kenya. Noah’s Ark cares for 146 children and youth ranging from young ones in early … Continue reading

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Immanuel’s Home: Google Map

Immanuel and his sisters live just outside of Mumias town in western Kenya.  Below is the map and location.

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An Introduction of Sorts

The Kenyan Orphan and Youth Network (KOYNET) is not exactly a household name so it makes sense to give a quick explanation! KOYNET exists because the children and youth that … Continue reading

April 24, 2012 · Leave a comment

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