At the heart of Kayole’s Soweto slum is Smile community centre which is a beacon of hope to a lot of street children. It hosts 30 orphaned and vulnerable children and it often extends its hands to the rest of the street kids through a feeding program that targets over 300 children since it cant host more due to a shortage of resources. And just like a ship it has a captain to stair it to the promised land.
The most comforting bit of Smile community center is that it’s captain is a lady filled with vigor to help as many kids as possible .Margaret Nekesa is the lady behind the wheel and as they say you just don’t start something and wait for it to blossom. There’s always a reason behind everything and anything. For Margaret it didn’t just pop up, it was a build up of life events she encountered from childhood up to some of her adulthood.
Good work! I like the fact that some children performed well and went to university. There is need for sponsors to support medical cover of children because treatment is expensive.
Maureen SyokauSupporter, Make Up professional
Perfect centre, would love to be part of the centre
Malio MaithyaMediasol Africa
Great Work! Beautiful children, Blessing to you