From the initial efforts and passion of one Canadian entrepreneur, to the innovation of a team of business leaders who formed Horizon in 2004, our journey to empower orphaned children is one of big vision and inspired commitment to lasting change.
Esther has been working as a social worker at Baba Nyumbani for more than seven years. She is excited to help children who were doomed become empowered by hope.
Amos and Milka began working at Baba Nyumbani as senior house parents in 2008. They say it’s deeply fulfilling to care for the children’s needs holistically, within the Micro Community model.
A girl was born into a ghost marriage arranged to provide a son for an inheritance. Today, she is passing on an inheritance of her own—to her students, and to her son.
An orphaned girl in Bungoma wandered the streets with her brother, begging for food to fill her aching stomach. But a change of fortune was on the horizon.
After his parents’ deaths, an orphaned boy was shunned for reasons he was too young to understand. Today, he hopes to bring the joy of community to others.
A son of a ghost marriage lost both of his mothers at a young age, and was left with no one to care for him. Today, he is learning to care for others.
An orphaned boy was drawn into the cycle of despair surrounding illicit chang’aa brewing, where oblivion can be had for just 20 cents. He found a way out.