Daddy Owen Shares on Helping Mothers Raise Children with Life Challenges Without Abandoning Them
- Owen's dad has been trending on Kenyan tabloids for the past few weeks when he revealed that he was single
- In addition to his controversial life, the singer is a giver and assistant, and in an exclusive with TUKO.co.ke discussed children's home It opened in December
- It will be located in Eldoret and it is different from other orphanages because it will care for children born with disabilities
Kenyan music Daddy Owen talks about helping moms raising disabled children.
When will it be ready?
He shared his passion for helping those less fortunate and the fact that he Eldoret The project will be ready in December.
At the center, he noted that a center was being opened to help parents with children with disabilities.
The musician noted that he understands that some mothers are not sufficiently equipped to take care of people with disabilities.
“But for someone who's in Eldoret, it's different because, at the end of the day, you need resilience. One thing that was missing was the perception of the stigma that most mothers who give birth to disabled children usually abandon them, but that's not the case, it's always sometimes a situation.”
Children home would be different from others because they hired guardians and a mother could let her children go to take care of.
Owen also said the program will help moms leave their children in someone's care and fight for their families.
At the end of the day, the mother can pick up her child and pick it up home.
“Imagine a disabled child with similar cerebral palsy, they need care all the time, they can't go out to play, enjoy the sun and you see this condition, you find that these women come from humble backgrounds and they have other children. So what we suggested is talk to these moms, how can you bring your child to get guardians, paid workers who have learned to deal with children with disabilities, so we give that mother time to work.”
Demonstrates great progress in children's work home He built
In June TUKO.co.ke reported that Owen was in the process of construction 20 million rubles. home for children with disabilities.
Jawabu Rehabilitation Center in Eldoret has been open for some time now, but the musician said it can properly accommodate all the children.
In addition to living quarters, it also builds a modern physiotherapy room and equipment that will be used by children