In 2001 we saw the dumpsite, we saw the children there and the families scavenging for food. Didn’t have any money only had a heart to help and a vision of seeing this community change.
2001-2005 every Wednesday I would buy some juice and bread having borrowed the 200kshs needed many times.
Would gather the children at the dump and we would share the meal and would motivate them that all shall be well.
Many who saw us just laughed and told us that it’s impossible to change the situation.
In 2005 we rented a small room away from the dumping site to start the walk children’s church.
As of today, we have a modern school, about 700 children have gone through our system.

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Gioto Dumpsite in Nakuru, Kenya

 

From the poor history kids have gone through our primary school, high school, college, university.
We have some now already employed.
4 families are completely relocated from the dumb to farming lands.
Have started a number of small scale businesses for some people from the slum.
We have a lot of good news daily.
We currently feed 350 children daily Monday through Sunday, we give 400 free primary, secondary and college education in 2018.
Don’t be afraid to start small.
Do something practical.
Help someone who is in need in your area.don’t just give them change, help them to the best that you can.
God has been faithful.
Welcome to The Walk center where we rise from trash to triumph!
CAN YOU SEE ALEX IN THE OLD PHOTOS.

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Alex Maina (with green bag) giving food at the dumpsite


WHEN YOU TAKE A STEP, YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT GOOD YOU ARE UNLOCKING FOR YOURSELF AND FOR OTHERS.
THE GOOD BOOK SAYS, BLESSED IS THE MAN WHO HELPS THE POOR.
THAT’S MY PURPOSE, MY LIFE, THE REASON WHY I WAS BORN.
WELCOME TO OUR WORLD.
LET’S WALK LIKE JESUS WALKED!!!!

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The walk children education center