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JULIA ATITA ASODO A WIDOW IN KENYA
Julia Atita Osodo, a widow of well over 100 years old, was one of the first people we helped when we began back in 2006. She lived a few miles from Awendo in Kenya, and the person who looked after her died in a car accident on 31st December 2006. Julia survived January 2007 on the handouts given to her at the burial ceremony, and came to Logos. From then on Logos helped Julia to live her life out without the continual worry of where her next meal will come from.
Photograph Kenya 2007
This is Logos Apostolic Orphan Aid Chairman Roy Page with Julia when he visited Kenya in June 2009. At that time she was frail, but well. Julia died peacefully around the end of September 2009. She was said to be about 108 years old.
Photograph Kenya June 2009
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If you would like to sponsor any of the orphans in Kenya individually, or require more information, then please Go Ye Foundation in Kenya.
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"Blessed is he who considers the poor; the LORD will deliver him in time of trouble.
The LORD will preserve him and keep him alive, and he will be blessed on the earth;
you will not deliver him to the will of his enemies."
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