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CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY IN MCF LODWAR

As the season for sharing draws near, the Mully Children’s Family made a modest visit to Lodwar, Turkana County for a feeding program conducted at the MCF Lodwar School yesterday The community surrounding the MCF branch came together to share a meal with Mama Esther Mulli, who made the visit alongside friends of the MCF home.

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MCF KARATE TEAM BAGS GOLD AND BRONZE AWARDS

The MCF Karate team has done it again! Arguably the most decorated team in Kenya, our boys and girls carried the day in Busia, Western Kenya during the Kenya Karate Federation National Interclub Championship that took place on 10th November 2018 More than 15 clubs participated in the event.

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GRADE 8 NATIONAL EXAMS UNDERWAY

Grade 8 pupils from Mully Children’s Family Ndalani School will be sitting for their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examinations from the 30th October to 2nd November this year A total of 40 students will be examined after finishing an eight-year curriculum at MCF and thereafter get a chance to proceed to the secondary school level.

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FOOD FOR STREET FAMILIES

Mully Children Family rescued over twenty street children from the streets of Matuu town, Machakos County during the Day of the Street Child this year To improve on this gesture, the MCF management saw it right to feed street families who are still in the streets of this small town.

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MCF NEWSLETTER (DECEMBER 2017 – JUNE 2018)

The Mully Children's Family has over the months been involved in a number of activities and events The newsletter (see link below) takes you through these events to connect you with the ongoings of the biggest family in the world.

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THE ANNUAL MEDICAL CAMP

Over 2,000 people, both young and old from within Yatta region and afar have benefited from  free medical attention conducted at the Mully Children’s Family Ndalani Center during the annual medical camp The camp which was held from the 1st to 8th of August 2018, was meant to help the sick and needy locals who can not afford to pay for health services from either private or public health facilities.

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