A safe house for girls is built on the Kwasa site.

Kwasa, at this point is feeding over 200 children a day. However, it is noticed that there is consistent shortage of about 20 meals each day. On further investigation it is found that about that number of children are coming onto the property through a hole in the fence and lining up to receive a daily meal with the Kwasa pupils. These were homeless children living in the shelter of ditches and culverts. The meal a day is keeping them alive. A call for help is sent out and donations arrive to build a safe house for the most vulnerable children. A local business man John Crane and a US citizen provide substantial donations and John Crane House is built and furnished.

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