Imagine growing up without
family, food, home or education
The extreme poverty in Kenya leaves a trail of homeless children. Many of these children either die a premature death through malnutrition or walk the streets in search of food. Some of the most desperate children turn to glue sniffing to suppress the hunger pains, or to prostitution as a means of survival.
Please help us change this situation by creating a bright future for the homeless children of Kenya.
EAMO (East African Mission Orphanage) was established in 1997 by Australian couple, Ralph and May Spinks who today provide a loving home for hundreds of orphaned children including babies and teenage mothers. EAMO is registered as a charitable institution with the Kenyan Government for the purpose of caring for children in desperate need and is taking up the challenge of finding and caring for orphaned children before they reach the streets of Kenya.
Find out more about EAMO and what we do.
We now have 4 of our children/adults in University.
We are very excited We now have 4 of the EAMO children, or should I say adults now? Attending Kabarak University. We have Walter, Emily and Rose all studying to be High School Teachers. Walter and Emily are in the 2nd year while Rose has just begun a few months ago. Kim (Elijah), Kenyan’s have soon many names! is now in his 3 rd year studying Telecommunications. All of these young adults are doing very well. Its so nice to see the little kids that we once took into our care growing into young men and women. We are very proud of them.
Dining Room Extension.
Work is underway on the foundations for the extension of our Dining Room. Thanks to “A Better World” Canada and its sponsors, our most busiest building, the dining room is now double width. For those of you that “loved” our dining standing in the middle of the EAMO campus, will love the double size of it now. Its the same length but twice as wide and everything is new except the floor. Its really the only part we didn’t change. The new roof with its extra long poles and “makuti” roof (folded palm leaves) is an absolute masterpiece to look at.
The New Dining Room
How can I help EAMO?
Ralph & May Spinks are often asked, “how can I help EAMO?” Their answer is always the same, “there are 4 ways to help:
However, sponsoring a child is the greatest priority because there are still many children at EAMO who do not have sponsors and the Sponsorship Program does not yet cover the full monthly budget for the children!”