Back in October of 2016, I had the incredible opportunity to travel to Kenya to work with one of my favorite nonprofits, Remember Nhu. They are committed to ending child sex slavery through prevention. The founder of Remember Nhu, Carl Ralston said, “We believe the innocence of childhood is an inalienable right. Once lost, it can never be restored. Our children come to us before they are exposed to the horrors of the sex trade and mature into the happy, healthy young adults they were intended to be.”
I had about a week with Remember Nhu visiting just a small handful of homes that they have in Kenya. By the way, they now have 75 homes in 13 different countries where over 1,500 children are now protected from being sold into the sex trade. They are doing unbelievable work to save these children and give them a future filled with hope and success. It was an honor to work with them and I looked forward to working with them again. If you want to find out more about how you can get involved please check out their website at Remember Nhu.
Below, are the moments that I saw and experienced. I am so excited for you to experience them as well.
*All photographs taken on a Canon 5D Mark iii with a 24-70 mm II Lens & processed in Lightroom*