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A Time to Share

During the month of December, it has been an MCF tradition for many years to share food, gifts, and prepare special Christmas meals to serve those around us including those in need in the communities, the children who have been incarcerated, street children, prisoners, the police in our regions. As we share what we have, we…

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The Christmas Tree

It is that time of the year when we put up our Christmas tree. A tree that is green and beautifully decorated. It is a joyous time when we decorate the tree with assorted ornaments and the Christmas lights, not to mention the bright star that stands majestically at the very top. Sipping a warm drink…

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Heavy Rains

Kenya is currently experiencing heavy rains that have come just after the country has had two consecutive failed rainy seasons that led to drought. It has been reported the current rains are responsible for over 150 deaths nationwide while another estimated 100,000 families find themselves homeless. Crops and livestock  have  been swept away by the…

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Giftedness and Talent Development

After a stiff competition, the MCF ladies’ team has been crowned the BEST LADIES TEAM IN KENYA 2019. Glory!!! Giftedness and talent development are key components in the Mully Model. Thus, MCF endeavour to have each child learn what their area of gifting is and develop that talent to full capacity. We do recognize that,…

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He Is Faithful

On 27th October was a day that 120 beneficiaries graduated from Mully College. It was a day that truly testifies that “He who began a good work in you will be faithful to complete it in you.” The Yatta Vocational girls who have been in MCF for the last 3 years, had all the reasons…

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Dancing In The Rain

The sweet smell of rain got everyone jumping and shouting in anticipation of what was to follow. The first droplets of rain made a sound that we longed to hear. Yes! The Lord has heard the prayers of his people and has not only heard but he has confirmed to us that he answers our…

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Basic Needs

“Excuse me, Mummy how do I put this on? What is this? How do I use it?” These are questions a 13-year-old newly rescued girl asked on her first day at MCF. She asked Mummy Esther how to put on her underwear and what was the use of a sanitary pad. Many  of the  children …

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Vision Bearers

Many people often ask why MCF is not called an orphanage. Why is it not called a home? If you have ever interacted with Daddy Mulli and you asked him these questions, he will gracefully smile at you and answer, “MCF is more than an orphanage, it is much more than a home… it is…

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We Are All One Family

Poverty defines many villages in Kenya. Lack of food, clean water, medical care, schools, and sanitation are challenges millions of Kenyans  face  every day. Is there a solution to this abject poverty that has been the bedrock of causing children to become beggars, child prostitutes and thieves, among other societal ills? MCF has adapted a…

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Keeping Hope Alive

Nicholas came to MCF as a little boy who had never joined school. He and his three siblings had watched their parents waste away under the cruel hand of HIV/ Aids. The children’s hopes and dreams seemed to have faded away with the death of both their parents. Nicholas’s candle grew even dimmer when he…

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