Mr & Mrs Edwin Walela BOHAPO Founders with their children Terry and Elkins
Mr Edwin Walela BOHAPO founder (second right) giving Nasenya a key infront of a new house that was built by BOHAPO for her family.Others are from left,Mrs.Jacqueline Wamuya ( BOHAPO founder),Sara coleman a volunteer from Scotland,Walubengo Nasenya's son and Charles Masinde a local volunteer.
CAROLINA A VOLUNTEER FROM WASHINGTON D.C. WITH EMILY WHO IS FROM A POOR FAMILY THAT WE SUPPORT.
STEPHEN AFTER BEING TAKEN FOR AN OPERATION TO CORRECT HIS CLEFT LIP.
BOHAPO FOUNDER Mr. WALELA WITH KENNEDY BEFORE TAKING HIM FOR CORRECTIVE SURGERY.
KENNEDY WITH HIS FATHER AND A BOHAPO VOLUNTEER AT THE HOSPITAL BEFORE THE CORRECTIVE SURGERY.
KENNEDY AFTER THE CORRECTIVE SURGERY.
BOHAPO MOBILE CLINIC
Ivan and Ludovica volunteers from Spain and France respectively in a local public classroom before they donated tables
Tables donated by BOHAPO Volunteers to a public school
Mrs.Jacqueline Wamuya (BOHAPO Founder) with a volunteer from Washington visiting a patient.
The host family's compound.
A ready breakfast table outside.
One of the rooms used by volunteers from scotland.
Volunteers from Newyork (USA) and Wales (UK) with BOHAPO members at Webuye falls in Bungoma.
A happy family after receiving new cloths and a house from BOHAPO.
The 1st day at BOHAPO library which was started by Nicky and Jane from Wales.
BOHAPO members with ostriches in Kisumu.
A volunteer from Washington D.C. giving a football captain new uniforms after a BOHAPO tournament.
A volunteer from Scotland with Hillview Preparatoty School pupils on top of Luucho hill in Bungoma.
Volunteers from USA (Tayllor) and UK (Jane & Nicky) with BOHAPO members at BOHAPO Centre in Bungoma.
BOHAPO Centre compound.
Hillview preparatory School director (left standing) Mrs.Mary Situma,BOHAPO Founders,a volunteer from Washington D.C with Orphans and children from poor families that are supported by BOHAPO and Hillview.
At the crying stone,Kakamega.
A volunteer helping to build a house.
Happy students after an HIV/AIDS awareness talk by a scotland voluteer Sara.