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Emmanuel Homes aim is that every orphan under its care feels loved, wanted, safe and is given the opportunity to reach their full potential.

The Home, and the young people under its care, are supported and funded through Kanyawegi UK, a UK registered charity (no. 1106296).

Further sponsors and donors are needed and these are welcomed by Kanyawegi UK from anywhere in the world.  Can you help?

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EMMANUEL HOME

Caring for Kenyan orphans

( formerly Kanyawegi Childrens Home )

Kisumu, Kenya, East Africa


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The charity is currently short of money and without a rapid influx of new funds we will have insufficient to send to Kenya for the Home to support the children / young people.





















Are you interested in becoming a supporter, or know someone that might be interested?  


Can you help with an immediate cash donation, or do you know anyone that might be willing to help?


If so, please visit our Donate and Sponsor pages for more details of how to help. Alternatively, please contact Kanyawegi UK’s Chairman -


Peter Skinner

Chairman of Kanyawegi UK


From within the UK - Tel:          01761 75 1006

From outside the UK - Tel:  +44 1761 75 1006


E-mail:  peteskinner123@gmail.com

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Emmanuel Home

near Riat Market, Kisumu, Kenya

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On 29 March 2016, the Emmanuel Home joined forces with the Rehema School for a trip to Kisumu International Airport

Enjoying refreshments at the Emmanuel Home after the visit


Emmanuel means 'God with us' and emphasises our belief that God is with us in supporting needy children and young people in Kenya.

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©  Kanyawegi UK 2012 - 2017

Website last updated:  14 May 2017

Latest Accounts to 31 May 2016.pdf

Kanyawegi UK has an urgent need to secure some more long term supporters and also some immediate cash funds to help support the lovely orphans under the care of the Emmanuel Home.

For various reasons, the overall number of regular donors has diminished and therefore regular monthly giving is down and this also has had a negative effect on the amount of Gift Aid that we can reclaim from the UK government.


There is also the post June 2016 Brexit impact on exchange rates which has seen us getting as much as 18% less Kenyan Shillings for every £1 when compared to early 2016.


Also, the high rate of inflation (11.48% for the 12 months to April 2017), mainly attributable to the increase in basic food & drink prices because of crop failures through lack of rain & draught conditions.