Kipsaina Boys Home



"If only 7% of the 2 billion Christians in the world would care for a single orphan in distress, there would effectively be no more orphans. If everybody would be willing to simply do something to care for one of these precious treasures, I think we would be amazed by just how much we could change the world.
- Steven Curtis Chapman"
Kipsaina Boys Home
These are the stories of 18 boys, raised in chaos, suffering the biggest tragedy a child can endure, forgotten and shunned by their people, but all brought together by the love of Jesus, and those who love Him. These are their beginnings, each of them come from a different background and a different reason for their lives in the Kipsaina Boys Home.  Losing a parent at a young age can hinder the life of a child.
Victor
Brian
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Isaac
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Juma
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Collins
     Collins lost his mom and was raised by his grandmother, a known village alcoholic, who would give him alcohol on a regular basis to keep him quiet. Collins was often seen wandering through the village as a drunken toddler. His grandmother passed away supposedly of AIDS in 2009. He was found and brought to the boys home. 
    Collins loves playing Futbol, athletics and music. He does not know his exact birthdate or year he was born. He has lived at the home for 9 years. He is from the village of Kipsaina.
Sampson
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Gilbert
Born in 2004 
     Gilbert was found living with a neighbor in the village and was caring for the animals. He was not going to school and had not been attending school for quite some time. Gilberts father died before he was born and his mother had passed away when he was very small. A good samaratin had taken him to the home that he was living in prior to the boys home. Gilbert has lived at the boys home for 5 years. 
     He enjoys playing futbol, singing and playing drums. 
David
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Charles
Born January 6, 2003 from the village Kapsara

     Charles' father passed away from an unknown sickness when Charles was a young boy. A year later so did his mother. In that time period his mother was unable to care for him, heard of the boys home and brought Charles to John, who was the previous owner of the Boys Home.  Charles has been at the home for 8 years. 
     He enjoys playing Futbol, working, and attending school. He is currently in Secondary School. Charles' dream is to be a pilot. 
Augustine
Born in 2001 in Kitale Town

     Augustine lost both of his parents to HIV /AIDS. He has two older sisterst that live on their own but were unable to care for him. Augustine was brought to the boys home when his mother passed in 2009. His uncle who was employed by Missions For Orphans brought him to the Boys Home to be cared for because none of his relatives could care for him. 
     Augustine is currently in secondary school. He enjoys playing futbol, and taking pictures. Augustine would like to be a Doctor. 
Alphonse
     Alphonse was very young when he lost his parents. His father was killed by a car and his mother passed away from an unknown sickness. He and his brother Robin was taken in by an uncle. During that time he was not going to school as it was his responsibility to care for his aunts baby. It was brought to the attention of one of the staff of another organization. He was then brought to the boys home not knowing it was the same home that his brother was taken to earlier that year. 
     He likes to play futbol, to run, and to dance. He has been at the boys home for 7 years. He is currently attending secondary school, he is number one in his class. He aspires to be a Lawyer. His favorite memory is when he was brought to the boys home and realized his brother Robin was living there. 
Robinson (Robin) 
Born in 1999 in Kisumu.
     Robin was very young when he lost his parents, he is unsure of his age at the time. He knows that his father was killed by a car and his mother passed away from a sickness but was never told what kind. Him and his brother, Alphonse, and sister were taken in by their uncle (Mothers Brother). They lived with him for only 3 m onths before he was separated and brought to the boys home. He was never told of why he was brought to the home.                 Robinson has lived in the boys home for 8 years. He is currently in Secondary School. He loves dancing, singing, playing futbol and rugby.  
     Robinsons favorite memory is when the team first came to help. His dream for the future is to become a pilot.  
Joseph
Born August 2, 1995 from Kaisagati

     Joseph lost his mother when she gave birth to his youngest sister. His father died from vomplications of diabetes. Jospehs aunt eventually took him and his sister in and cared for them unitl 2011 when she passed away. Joseph was broght to the house when his teachers reached out on his behalf knowing how much he was struggling. His older siblings are were married but have recently passed away from typhoid.   His dream has always been to take care of his younger sister. She recently graduated from the Missions For Orphans sewing school and is now running her own Fundi (seamstress) Shop. 
     Joseph now attends a Poly Technic school to become an electrician residing in Eldoret.


Phyllipp
Born in 1996 in Kitale Town

     Phyllipps mother died when he was 5 years old of a sickness that he is    unsure of. His father passed away in a car accident when Phyllipp was 9. At that point he was taken to his aunt and uncles to live, where he stayed for 2 years.  At this residence he was not taken care of so after 2 years he ran away. He became a Kenya glue boy, where for 3 years he begged, sniffed glue and did not attend school. He lived on the streets in Kitale. Phyllipp has lived at the boys home for 10 years. 
     He loves playing futbol, dancing and singing. Phyllipp is currently going through trade school where he is learning Welding, and brick laying. 
Morgan
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Benjamin
Born in 1997 in Kipsaina

     Benjamin was told and believes that his mother and father did not want children. When he was 7 years old his parents tried to take him to the police station and drop him off, twice. After the second time the police took him and arrested his parents. He was able to live in the schools that he attended. When he was 12 years old he was presented with the opportunity to come and live at the Kipsaina Boys Home. 
     He enjoys futbol, athletics, running, and taking care of animals. He is now moved to Kipsaina and is self supported with his own business of being a Piki Driver. A piki is what is used as a taxi. 
     His favorite memory of his life is when Missions for Orphans came to take over the Boys home. 
Edwin
Born July 9, 1998 from the village of Sigor

     Edwin has been an orphan for as long as he can remember, with losing both of his parents as a very small child. He was raised by his grandfather where he was responsible for caring for all of his animals, which made it difficult to attend school. Edwin was not given any information before being brought to the Boys Home but he believes that his grandparents could no longer care for him. He came to the boys home in 2008. 
     Edwin has now graduated from Secondary School and is employed by Missions For Orphans. His job is to be an administrative assistant to the Kenya Chapter of Missions For Orphans. In August of 2018, Edwin was married to Leah, and currently resides in Kipsaina.
Allan
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