THE KENYA DREAM CENTRE IS HELPING BABIES THAT HAVE BEEN RESCUED FROM
BEING THROWN AWAY IN THE GARBAGE, ABANDONMENT IN THE SLUMS AND SAVED FROM ABORTION.
In 2011, Home of Hope heard of the horror that many babies were being thrown away in the dump of Nairobi, Kenya. We immediately responded. Since then, many babies have been rescued because of signs that we put up at the dump entrances that say, "don't throw your baby away". We've rescued many, and countless more are waiting for us!
In 2018 alone, 27 babies were rescued.
FACT: Babies are being thrown away in the garbage dump of Nairobi, Kenya EVERY DAY.
FACT: We have signs at the dump entrance saying "Don't throw away your baby!" We receive 10-15 calls a day from desperate women.
TRUE STORY: This little boy was left alone in a house for days, starving so much that he was sucking the skin off of his fingers. He was rescued and was moved to the Dream Centre where his Canadian sponsor named him Jadon.
He is so happy living at the Dream Centre until he is strong and can be moved into a loving Kenyan family.
Want to sponsor a rescued baby?
Put your name on our waiting list to sponsor a newly rescued baby! And sometimes, the sponsor has the privilege of naming them!
We recommend Home of Hope Dream Center - it has functioned for over 7 years and it has earned the reputation as a reliable and enthusiastic organization that has helped to better the lives of hundreds of children.
- Department of Children's Services, Nairobi -
We are located in a gated community in Nairobi, Kenya.
We can have up to 100 rescued babies and abandoned children on property at a time.
We are not an orphanage.
Our goal is to rescue 50 babies each year and nurse them back to health to then be transitioned into loving Kenyan families.
3-storey Dream Centre Building
Daniel & Diana Bushebi
Dream Centre Directors
SAVED FROM ABORTION:
Since we started rescuing babies, two abortion clinics have been forced to shut down because women are calling the Dream Centre first.
Violet contacted us while 8 months pregnant. She wanted to abort the baby due to extreme circumstances. But after much counselling, she agreed to give the baby to us.
Eunice got pregnant due to incest and was being pressured by her family to abort or kill it when born. She chose to give the baby to us instead to save his life.
Caroline had a 1.5 year old with a heart condition and his father disappeared. She was later brutally raped and got pregnant. Her plan was to give birth and dump the baby. She called us thinking we were an abortion clinic and later gave birth to a boy and signed the custody over to us.
Anai Kibali is the result of rape and her mother tried to abort her twice. In desperation, she called us for help and decided to give us her baby.
Agnes' pregnancy was a result of gang rape. She called us thinking that we were an abortion clinic. After counselling, she decided to give her baby to us and only asked that we name her Sarah.
Donations welcome for the Monthly Operations
If you would like to help with the monthly operations of the Dream Centre, that would be greatly appreciated! With the many babies needing food, clothing, shoes, medical attention, extra supplements, and more, costs are higher than you might expect. The government has set a high standard as well (security cameras, solar water system, etc) which is very expensive to maintain.