• Hamisi Kea Kenga

    Boy, 6 years

    Hamisi’s father was murdered in July, 2016, and he and his four siblings live with their mother in the village of Marikebuni.  Their mother has no income, and the family is being supported by friends and wellwishers in the village.  Hamisi has malaria and is HIV+, and he needs help for food and medication. Hamisi is sponsored by Alexandria Rzepka.


  • Hamisi Patani Chea

    Boy, 7 years

    Hamisi’s mother died of AIDS in 2009, and his father lives far away and does not provide support.  Hamisi and three siblings live with their elderly grandmother in the village of Pokeamwana.  He is in KG3 at Pokeamwana Primary School. Hamisi is also HIV+ and takes ARV medication to keep from developing AIDS.  He needs help to continue medication and provide for his basic needs.

  • Harun Charo

    Male, 19 years

    Harun is a bright young man who lives with his aunt, two brothers, and a sister, in Kagombani village.  Both parents died of AIDS.  Harun graduated from Mapimo Polytechnic where he studied to be an electrician. Harun was sponsored for eight years by Nabiha Islam. 


  • Hassan Tune

    Boy, 13 years

    Hassan Tune lives with his aunt in Madzayani Village with his three siblings. His mother died of malaria and his aunt’s husband died of Tuberculosis. The aunt earns her daily bread by burning charcoal. Malnutrition is common in this family. Hassan has malaria caused by lack of protective mosquito netting. He is in class 5 at Pumwani School.

  • Helen Charo


    Helen Charo graduated from Masheheni High School and went on to graduate from a secretarial school in Malindi.  Helen is now married and working as a secretary. She volunteered for the Imani Project for several years. Her secretarial education was funded by Janice Garceau and Michele Budd. 


  • Hilda John Karisa

    Girl, 5 years

    Hilda's mother died of AIDS when she was 2 years old.  Hilda and her four siblings live with their aunt in very poor conditions.  She is in great need of help with basic upkeep and to enable her to start attending school. She is sponsored by Carol Capshaw.