HAPPY EASTER

Christ risen from the dead will die no more, death has no power over Him. We rejoice in the resurrection of our Lord who offered to suffer and die for our sake we mortal beings. Through His death on the cross, we are made new creatures in Him. Let us cast away all works of darkness and focuss on our dear Lord. Let us learn to love from Him through receprocating this abundant love to all the people we encounter each day and the less fortunate members of our societies.

Talitha Kum Children's Home fraternity wishes you a very Blessed Easter full of God's love and Joy.

 

 

 

 

2018 Candidates

ALL THE BEST TO OUR 2018 CANDIDATES.

It seems just yesterday since you were enrolled in school for the first time. The journey started and must continue to the last. We wish you the very to our candidates of this year. Congrats to Veronica Wambui, Anthony Kipserem, Kelvin Kamau, Elizabeth Njoki, Elizabeth Muthoni, Peter Kariuki, Catherine Njeri, Zacchariah Githinji and Erick Wainaina for the eight (8) years of enduarance in school. We wish you God's Blessings as you prepare to sit for your KCPE exams. We also congratulate; Phylis Wairimu, Fredrick Maina, Charles Mugambi, Simon Ngugi for the long journey made to this forth year of their high school education. Wishing you too Gods blessings as you sit for your KCSE examinations.

 

Welcome to Talitha Kum Children’s Home

"Talitha Kum" is a word derived from the Bible (Mark 5:41).

When Jesus raised the daughter of Jairus, He said to her, "Talitha Kum" which means: "Little girl arise".

The home aspires to give back the joy of childhood to children who never had one thus the name Talitha Kum Children's' Home.

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THE ROCKY GARDEN PROJECT

The rocky garden projectThe rocky garden project is a new project in Talitha Kum whereby its key objective is to make the children feel they have the capacity to bring change. It started with a small group of medium boys of house Gabriel. For one to join this group has to enroll him/herself to the coordinator who is Charles Mugambi who after will inform the rest of the members. This group came up to renew the face of Talitha Kum which 90% of it is all rocky and with the inspiration to keep the legacy of environmentalist 'Wangari Mathai'.

The project started on a high note, influencing even the adults within Talitha Kum and also well-wishers from the community. A resource mobilization of human resource, plants and flowers was done and many people of good-will contributed each depending on his/her capacity towards the same. The staff, volunteers and sisters took an active role in affirming the children and especially when they could water the flowers early in the morning before going to school and late in the evening after school.