The Upinde Centre is the largest project of To Kenya Forever. It is an orphanage that provides a home for abandoned babies under 2 years old and also caters to babies that require special care to recover from disease, illness or disability.
The word upinde means rainbow in Swahili, the national language of Kenya, and the Upinde Centre is located in the Nyali district of Mombasa, Kenya. It is run by Tammi and Patrick, who are the directors and live-in parents.
The home is painted in bright colours not only as a representation of upinde, or rainbow, but also as a symbol of the bright future that the babies of the Upinde Centre have ahead of them. It is also a talking point amongst members of the community and visitors, ensuring that everybody knows about the work that the Upinde Centre is doing.
The Upinde Centre would not be able to help Kenya's most vulnerable children without generous supporters. You too, can become a special part of our family as there are a number of different ways to help Upinde.
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