Lucky in his wheel chair
Lucky Blessing
LB
Male
7 years
Kenya

Graduation Date
2032 (10 years)
Fully Sponsored
No
Urgent Sponsorship Required
Yes
Sponsorship Required
£120.00 per month
Health
Health

Poor health and a lack of access to health can keep children and whole communities trapped. By helping to improve health and increase access, we can transform lives and communities.

Disability
Disability

Disability can hold many children back, in communities who are either not equipped to support additional needs or a culture that devalues those with disability. However, by looking after the neediest and vulnerable we raise the standards for all.

Education
Education

Access to education is a basic right, but so many still cannot access education. Your support helps the most vulnerable to receive an education that transforms their lives.

Empowered
Empowered

When people are empowered they can become more and feel equipped not only to help themselves but help others.

Summary
Lucky suffers from a severe form of Cerebral palsy which has left him physically disabled and of partially blind. Lucky due to his disabilities was abandoned at the gates of a local police station, however the County knew that he would find a place of love and acceptance at PEFA Matumaini. For Lucky, this is the only home he knows, and we are blessed to have him here.
PEFA Matumaini Rehabilitaton Centre
PEFA Matumaini Rehabilitation Centre is dedicated to caring for the needs of the disabled children physically, mentally, multiple disabled children,autistic and the vulnerable children/orphans in the society. we give hope, education and train them on day to day living activities. We also help them acquire therapy and psychiatric services.