Lemalah Children’s Home is a home for orphaned and vulnerable children from very poor and disadvantaged homes. The home's founder, Pastor Peter Warari, was born and raised in an impoverished and underprivileged home and financial constraints affected his ability to complete school. He swore he would work hard and one day assist children in need.
Pastor Warari started Lemalah Children's Home with the vision of uplifting the downtrodden children by molding them into self-reliant individuals and providing them with opportunities to reach their full potential through education. The home relies on farming to provide for the children. Since agriculture is no longer reliable due to climate change, the home has been facing challenges in meeting the basic needs of the children. The crops they are able to produce are strictly for food for the home and do not provide any income.
Lemalah needs support to provide for the children's basic needs, including food, health care, and education.