Little Miss Tumaini Mollel

Little Miss Tumaini was born Dec 29, 2016, she is Neema’s first baby of 2017.  Tumaini means Hope in Swahili.  She came to Neema after the death of her mother during childbirth.  We lose so many mothers during childbirth here and these little motherless ones, due to lack of good medical care, unsterile procedures, lack of clean water and the high cost of formula have only a small chance of survival.  Social Welfare asked Neema to step in and help.  You can help us save this baby by sponsoring her while she lives at Neema.  It costs us $300 to keep a baby at Neema but you can sponsor for any amount beginning with $30 per month.  Click on “donate” and on the purpose line put “sponsor Miss Tumaini.”  We have another Tumaini here and he is a boy so make sure you put Miss Tumaini.  Bless you for helping

Orphans are easier to ignore before you know their names. They are easier to ignore before you see their faces. It is easier to pretend they’re not real before you hold them in your arms. But once you do, everything changes.
David Platt