Children of Watamu Happy House - Kenya

Great Marton

The trailblazing Happy House children's home, opened in 2010 and run by charity founder Sue Hayward, gives home, family, education and opportunity to orphaned, abandoned, neglected or abused children (currently 78), aged from birth upwards, from the Malindi area of Kenya. It is setting new standards of excellence in residential childcare and education in its own nursery and primary school and is a place where children can grow and flourish with respect and love, free from fear, pain or hunger. Entirely dependent on fundraising and its child sponsorship scheme, every penny goes where it is intended. Only those people working at the Happy House are paid.

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