Rheum4life helps support the important work of the Neema children’s home in Eldoret, Kenya.
Neema cares for children who have been abandoned in Eldoret, a major city in Kenya. Many children were orphaned from parents who died of HIV, some sadly have inherited the virus. And others have been simply abandoned.
All children at Neema are cared for as part of a loving community, led by Joshua and Miriam Mbithi. Neema provides food, education and accommodation for these children who would otherwise be left to fend for themselves on the street.
Prof Moots regularly visits Neema and funds from Rheum4life help ensure that this important beacon of light is able to fulfil its mission.