Child Sponsorship is one of the many ways for partners like you
to support Teule in serving vulnerable children and their families.
When you sponsor a child, you will receive updates on your child's progress and
will have the opportunity to communicate with them.
Sponsorship funds are pooled together to provide for the basic needs
of all the children in our program and assist in stabilizing vulnerable
families in the community.In addition to providing access to quality
education your contributions also cover psychosocial support from our
counselor and social workers. Each child needs several sponsors to cover the cost of holistic care.
Click here to learn more about our sponsorship
Meet Denis john
16 years old
Meet Denis onchwari
15 years old
Meet Leah tanju
19 years old
Meet Benson munyaka
Benson is a 13-years-old boy who was admitted on 13th April 2022 at Teule Kenya Chombo Cha Upendo home for care and protection. The boy comes from a family of 5. He is calm and likes playing football, artistic and creative hand-work. He also enjoys performing acrobatics. Benson’s basic education started at AIC Oloitokitok primary school. In 2022, he was admitted in class six at Teule Leadership Academy. He is currently in grade seven at DEB primary school in Oloitokitok. The boy aspires to be an aerobatic engineer.Teule provides basic needs, educational, spiritual and psychosocial support to the child.
14 years old
Meet Joyce solonka
15 years old
Meet Latifa bahati
6 years old
Meet Kofianan soinkei
Kofi is the last born in a family of 12 and a twin brother to Joyce Solonka who also resides in Teule. He was rescued from
child labor and lack of basic education.Teule assessed the boy’s situation and found a need to offer him education, care and protection.
Kofi Annan started schooling in the Pre-primary level at Teule Leadership Academy. He is currently a grade 7 pupil in the
junior secondary category. He is very intelligent and tops in his class. He is a lovely, kind, calm and hardworking boy.
He is very happy to be in school and interacts well with his classmates. He aspires to be a neurosurgeon in future.
15 years old
Meet Moses baraka
Moses Baraka was rescued at the tender age of three weeks and bestowed with the name Moses Baraka. He was recruited in Teule Kenya as a young child needing family, care, and protection. Baraka has been in the custody of Teule Kenya for the last 9 years. He is very hardworking and creative and aspires to be an engineer in the future. Teule aspires to continue supporting him with education, psychosocial support, basic needs, and health services.