In Case You Missed It...here are some highlights at MADE IN THE STREETS from February!
ENVIRONMENTAL CLUB PLANTS OVER 50 TREES
Our environmental club at Kware base has planted over 50 tree seedlings and 20 different kinds of flowers.
Planting trees has helped the street children feel a sense of belonging in the community. They are showing themselves to be responsible when given the opportunity.
Street children are often the most caring and protective of the environment in their communities, keeping their bases clean and collecting plastic for the recycling centre's. Now they are able to plant trees as well!
Emmanuel is thirteen years old, and he joined the MITS program last year.
His favorite subjects in school are math and Kiswahili.
One of his dreams is "when I grow up, I want to be a chef."
When asked about MITS, Emmanuel said "I love MADE IN THE STREETS because it has helped me with a home, and it has helped me to know English."
When you do this for 20 years, you're bound to pick up a few stories and lessons along the way. Thoughts, impressions, news, and highlights from our staff, visitors, donors, students and alumni.