This programme started as a feeding programme for children living day and night on the streets in Meru Town. This year the first boy from this project, Henry, qualified to go to university. His mother earns her living by producing the local illegal brew and his father and 9 older siblings all drink it. While still at primary school, Henry went to live at the project, sleeping in the storeroom and being cared for by the cook, James, and his wife, Francisca. He passed the exam at the end of primary school with a high score and went on to excel at secondary school. We look forward to hearing more stories like this from the Township Programme as the children here grow and mature.