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Date of Birth: December 29, 2009
Location: King'ori Tanzania
Joshua was abandoned by his mother who claimed not to know the father. Joshua was only about 1 month old when his mother fled and no one knows where she is to this day. Since his exact birth is unknown, we have given him a birthday of Dec 29, 2009.
Diana lost her father to a road accident in 2010. Her mother was diagnosed as HIV+ in 2016. She is still living but spends much of her time in bed. When she is able, she sells vegetables in the market to earn money but she can seldom work.
Joshua had no brothers or sisters when we received him. He comes from a distant Maasai village, more than 5 hour bus ride, with no outside contact only knowing their own tribal customs and only speaking their mother tongue.
Kelvin and his twin brother were born in a very miserable environment. Their mother is not in her right mind and she doesn't know who the father is. Due to her mental problem the boys spent their life in the street, sleeping outside, eating dirty food that their mother collected from the trash bins.
Japhet and his sisters came to Sonshine in January of 2017. The father died in 2016 from unknown causes, then the mother abandoned the kids. They went to live with an aunt but she was a heavy drinker and left the kids for days. It was discovered that a neighbor began abusing Japhet’s sisters and creating great fear in all the children.
Exaud and siblings all came to Sonshine in January 2017. They have lived through two tragedies at such a young age. Their father committed suicide through hanging himself. It was traumatic to the whole family but it was so difficult for their mother that she died from heart failure soon after.
Maureen and her brother came to Sonshine in March of 2018. Our staff was asked to accompany the Welfare director to investigate their situation. We discovered that their father had passed away about a year prior and the mother left them with neighbors, claiming she was going to find a new home in her village but she never returned.
Ebenezer and siblings all came to Sonshine in January 2017. They have lived through two tragedies at such a young age. Their father committed suicide through hanging himself. It was traumatic to the whole family but it was so difficult for their mother that she died from heart failure soon after.