“Come quickly,” the guard told me when I answered his knock. “Nalamai is in labor and needs a ride to the maternity clinic.”
After we arrived in Naikara, I quickly noticed the long line of people waiting to see the doctor or the dentist. Oh no, I thought, we won’t have enough food.
Ten years have passed since Morintat went to live at the Maasai Development Project Education Centre. Now she is fourth form (in twelfth grade). Not only has she gone to school and learned a lot,...
Esther, Letuya, Gladys, and I were the first children to be cared for by the Maasai Development Project. We are extremely grateful for how our lives have been blessed.
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