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MulangoChildren’s Home

168

Current Children

11

Staff

2012

Joined CFH Network

69

Primary School Children

57

Secondary School Children

38

Post-Secondary School Children

Core Partner

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About this Home

You cannot visit Mulango without thinking of the children singing and dancing. From the moment a visitor comes through the gate they are greeted with indescribable, heavenly singing from the children.

At devotions each evening, the children love dancing and singing. It is likely they learned this from the staff who enjoy dancing right alongside of them.

Mulango Children’s Home is part of a mission station. The station includes a girls high school, a Bible college, a clinic, and a local church. The children’s home is very involved in this local community.

Mulango had a borehole drilled at the end of 2013 and found enough water to meet the needs of the home. Prior to this point, they were dependent upon the nearby river which dried up during the dry season.

With water on the compound it is possible to have a greenhouse and poultry project, and maybe a few other sustainable projects as well.

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Home Manager

Michael

Michael’s passion for the children of Mulango runs deep. Orphaned at eight years old, Michael grew up in a children’s home himself. His personal understanding of what the children of the home have experienced gives him a unique way to connect and care for them.

Michael began working with Chariots for Hope in 2013 as a regional accountant. At our Maai Mahiu Children’s home, Michael oversaw the finances of several homes. In addition to his finance responsibilities, Michael was a trusted member of the leadership team at the home, building deep, meaningful relationships with the children and staff.

In 2019 Michael was promoted to be the Manager at Mulango. He thanks God for the opportunity to serve as a father to so many children and help them realize who God has created them to be. It is rare to see Michael without a big, contagious smile!

Michael and his wife Susan have 3 children.

One Child's Story

Joshua

When I was a small baby, my mother took me and left me on a plantation, as she did not want to care for me. My father took me and tried to care for me but there was a drought in the area which left him unable to provide for me. 

In 2015 I was recused and admitted to Kitui Baby Home. In 2021 I reached the age where I could attend school so I was transferred to Mulango Children’s Home. 

Life was hard until I came to my new family here at Mulango Children’s Home. I am extremely grateful for the love and care I receive from my family here!