Elvis Wamalwa - Sponsor Now
•Elvis Wamalwa is boy in the eighth grade. He lived with the aunt in the slums of Kawangware. He wasn’t doing very well in school and he had health problems which was a concern for HTHOCC.
•His guardian told HTHOCC that the boy had been disappearing from home and even lied about going to school. For an entire month he had not been attending classes and because of that he did poorly on his end of term exams.
•At times he even came to the house very late and that was risky for a small boy.
•The aunt was very sick and couldn’t follow up on the child’s progress. A portion of her body became paralyzed so she couldn’t take care of Elvis any longer.
•After talking with him, he said he hadn’t been coming home because there wasn’t any food at home. He said he’d go to the market to pick get the food that the venders were throwing out. He would have to wait until the vendors would leave at night so he could go through the trash.
•His aunt pleaded for HTHOCC to take her nephew in so he could be properly supervised. This was a challenge because of limited resources but there was no other option. He’s currently at the Rescue Centre and he is doing well in school.
James 4:6 But he gives more grace. Therefore it says, “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble.”