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The Grand at Clitheroe Ltd. has committed itself to raising awareness and funds to deliver daily meals to chronically hungry children in their local schools, based in Eldoret, Kenya.
Mary puts a handful of food in her mouth and another handful in her pocket, so she can eat it later on in the day.
Enjoying rice and beans which the students have every Wednesday. Every other day, meals consist of corn and rice.
Helen is 10 years old and lives in the Langas Slums and attends Langas School. With the introduction of the Solomon Project feeding programme, the schools population has increased from 2655-2780.
John is 11 years old and goes to Langas School. Teachers have reported improvement in concentration levels.
Another happy student enjoying the meal provided by the Solomon Project.
With no dining facilities at the school, children eat their meals outside. When the rains come, children cram into the small classrooms.
John doesn't attend school on a Friday as he goes to Eldoret town to sell plastic shopping bags to customers at the market. The school gives him permission to do this as the money he gets from selling the bags can sometimes provide money for some food for his family.
Sarah lives with the Auntie and 3 cousins after she became homeless after the post-election violence in 2007.
Margaret’s mother is disabled, so many of the household duties fall to her. It is also her responsibility to provide food for her family (It is not uncommon to see children putting some of their lunch in a bag and taking it home to share with other family members).
Enjoying their meal of beans and rice at Racecourse school. The Solomon Project provides food for 1899 children at this school.
Clean plates and a full tum.
Children at Kapkenduiywo School where the feeding programme provides meals for 1054 children.