John Njane had a vision to rescue homeless boys from the hard-living town of Mai Mahiu. These boys, aged 12-16, are largely orphans or abandoned children of town prostitutes, and are living on the streets. John rented a house for them and began providing full-time care, including tutoring in basic literacy and math so the boys could enter school.
Since the Initiative began, enough money has been raised to enable eight street boys to live with John and his family on a parcel of land donated by an American church. The boys are now well fed and clothed and are either in high school or learning a trade. Flow Of Hope and The Kenya Initiative continue to raise funds for these former “street boys” who now have a future and a hope.