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As many already know, there is a sufficient amount of orphans in Africa, and those who are lucky are either adopted ​to a family or live in an orphanage where they are taken care of. Although there are orphanages in Kenya, it is near impossible for a foreigner to adopt a Kenyan child due to law. This results in overcrowded orphanages and children living in the streets, which shouldn't be happening. Helping by donating money to orphanages would make a huge difference so that all homeless children can get a place to stay and eat.

Much love to anyone who reads my blog - J

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Many children die because of diseases or because they are malnourished, and the expensive hospital-care is nothing they can afford. Malaria is a common sickness which is spread by mosquitoes and can affect anybody. According to the World Health Organisation about 3000 children under the age of 5 dire every year, this could be reduced by vaccinating them and giving them mosquito nets to sleep under. The organisations below help children get education and fresh water too, along with medical care.

Imagine how donating to different charities would save many children's lives, you really don't even have to do any work, just donate some of your money which you would have otherwise spent on clothes you don't need. Just imagine how good it feels to know you have helped saved someones life:

https://www.comicrelief.com

https://support.unicef.org/donate/supportWCD

https://www.icrc.org/en/support-us

http://drop4drop.org

Much love to anyone who reads my blog and want to help - J

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This is a blog that I have created to try and raise awareness about poverty and orphans in Kenya. I am a student currently living and studying in Kenya, and I will try to write as much as I can about how I am experiencing this, and I will post/write about different orphanages and villages we visit to try and make you see how many Kenyans live under horrible circumstances and why it is important to try and help their lives get better.

Much love to anyone who reads my blog - J

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