PROBLEM STATEMENT

Children are the greatest  country’s resource and represent hope for a better future, but deaths due prevalence of HIV/AIDS, extreme poverty, competition for the scarce resources, diseases, Political and family conflicts, drug abuse and addiction and lack of educational opportunities put these children at extreme risks  for illiteracy, illness, hopelessness, abuse and meager resources accessible in the common  definition of the poor child living in the Western part of Kenya. Few opportunities exist, that allow them learn and grow to their full potential .Although the Kenyan government offers free education for all children at primary school level, the children are still expected to pay school fees, buy their own school uniform [Without which they cannot attend school], provide their own food and in some cases there are not enough school desks and leaning resources with children having class size of over 50 in a tiny room. This lack of opportunity results in perpetuation  poverty cycle allowing them to neither contribute to their full capacity to the community nor be able to take advantage of all that their society and the World has to offer. It is in light of this predicament, that the TFEC was founded to meet these needs of the ever increasing needs of these dear ones and give them the opportunity to live to their full potential and add value to humanity.

We believe that every child deserves the opportunity to live a healthy productive life, and there is nothing more life changing than providing a young child with a family and education. Over 90% of orphans in the World live in developing countries.  These children have no one to care for them, many of these children suffer from hunger and malnutrition. We care for orphans and vulnerable children by developing and sustaining family-style orphan village.