This from Bill Sharpe the North Dakota District Business Manager.

There’s been  great deal of progress with Project 24 this year. There are now 4 “boarding schools” serving 140 children.  The Kenyans decided that “boarding school” was a better term to use than “rescue center”.  And, we have dropped the term “orphan” in favor of “at risk” children.  The word “orphan” has a slightly different meaning to the Kenyans than to us. Again, this is the preference of the Kenyans.

3 of us were in Kenya in late August/early September.  The one picture shows the dedication of the school at Kisumu.  It’s called Tumaini which mean hope in Swahili. It is for girls.