Anyone who is interested in supporting any of these children through
individual sponsorship or providing general support in the form of a
donation, you can communicate with us through the our e-mail
address. In this way we can join hands in meeting these challenges
The children of New Hope come from various backgrounds. Many were
orphaned when they were very young. The children's parents may have
died from HIV/Aids or other illnesses or accidents. Some suffered
from metal disorders and were unable to look after their children.
All children are tested for HIV and are treated if necessary with
anti-retroviral provided by the Kenya government.
In some cases surviving relatives have tried to help but have lacked
sufficient resources to care even for themselves. Some were too old
or unwell. As a consequence, some children had to resort to begging
on the streets of Mombasa from where they were referred to New Hope.
New Hope is now home for the children where they regard Japheth &
Violet, Emily and Mary as their family together with their many
brothers and sisters.
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Japheth Eyama - The Founder
37 years old.
Blessed with two sons and one daughter
Christian and born-again.
Holds diploma in social and community development craft from
Trained as a para-llegal officer.
Holds a certificate of French language from Alliance
Worked in hotel industry, Hilton International, Hotel
Nyali Beach Hotel Mombasa.
Looking forward to pursuing a degree in social community and
development craft under parallel degree system.
8 years old, girl, class 2.
She is a sister to the twin brothers Jimmy and Jackim Shune,
She is very cute and charming.
Jimmy Shume & Jackie Shume
11 years old, boys, Class 1.
9 years old, boy, Class 3
11 years old, boy, Class 4
He is very handsome and sharp in class and settled.
Mercy Mwana Kombo
11 years old, girl, Class 4.
She is very sharp, loves singing, and
10 years old, girl, Class 4.
Loves singing together with Mercy and is very friendly and
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