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APPEAL: Help secure this children a home as they continue with therapy.

Manaseh Maina and Mark Ngugi after they were discharged from hospital. The two are appealing to well-wishers to help them settle down in for the second phase of their recovery journey.
A group of well-wishers are appealing to Kenyans of goodwill to help them raise about KES. 300,000 to cater for the hospital bills for the two boys who got burnt while in their rented house in December 2016.

Mark Ngugi (6) and Manaseh Maina (4) have since December 22nd 2017 been admitted in St. Matias Mulumba Mission Hospital and have accrued more than half a million shillings in hospital bills.

Their mother, Felista Waithira, is a single mother who currently is jobless.

A group of well-wishers came together and helped to raise some of the amount and scaled down this bill to KES. 247,000.

The hospital has since discharged the boys and their mother for them to be reporting for daily physiotherapy medication as they continue raising money to clear the outstanding bill. The exercise will cost sh. 500 daily per child.
Mark and Manaseh accompanied by their mother pose for a photo at St. Matias Mulumba Mission Hospital.

This group of well-wishers have decided to rent a room for the family near the hospital to make it easier for them to attend the physiotherapy sessions at the hospital.

However, since they lost everything in the fire, they are also looking for donations from Kenyans of goodwill to help buy them foodstuff, household items and furniture necessary for them to settle in the house, estimated to cost about KES. 50,000. You can also donate any of the household items needed.

Already, someone has offered to accommodate them in a rental room in Makongeni Phase 6.

You can liaise with their mother directly via 0714352071 or send your donation via PAYBILL No. 161370 (Account Philister)

Your contribution will be highly appreciated.

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