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Children’s Garden Home and School Seeks Support to Build Sports Field for Underprivileged Children

By Evans Kibe

The Children’s Garden Home and School board is asking for help from kind-hearted individuals to develop a piece of land into a sports field. This center is located in Nairobi, Dagoreti Sub County, and takes care of more than 500 children. Many of these children are orphans, with over 200 of them being fully supported for their education, food, and housing by the center. These children have been rescued from the streets, neglected by their families, or affected by family separation and divorce.

Moses Ndung’u, the founder and Director of Children’s Garden Home and School, spoke to Mtaani Radio News Desk and explained that he wants to turn a portion of land into a sports field. This field would be used for physical exercise, particularly by local football teams, and any money collected would be used for maintenance.

In Dagoretti Sub County, there’s a shortage of spaces for physical exercise. Moses believes this project can bridge the gap by providing a sports field where people can access for a small fee. He hopes that by realizing this dream, more children can be rescued from the streets and the needs of underprivileged children in the area can be addressed, including those affected by early pregnancies and exploitation.

Moses is confident that this sports field can produce more talented players for various levels of football leagues, including the Kenya Premier League. Alvan Kivogo, a student at Children’s Garden Home and School, is determined to work hard in football to make this dream a reality.

Elijah Kabei, a teacher in charge of sports at the center, assures well-wishers that their support will make a significant impact, especially for local teams and individuals with health issues who need access to the sports field for exercise. Developing the sports field is seen as a great solution for the community’s needs.

Moses estimates that it would cost around six to nine million to develop the sports field to a good standard. He emphasizes the importance of charitable contributions, especially during challenging times when many families in Kenya are struggling due to economic hardships and issues like climate change and the previous COVID-19 outbreak.

Kamadi Amata
Kamadi Amatahttps://mtaaniradio.or.ke
I am a digital content creator with niche in Health, politics, and Human Interest Features.
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