New Life Home Trust was born through the founding
of a baby rescue home in Nairobi, Kenya, in 1994. The
founders, Clive and Mary Beckenham, had been involved
in a number of humanitarian projects when they became
aware of the plight of abandoned and orphaned babies, 
particularly those born HIV positive.  As the program
progressed, a unique phenomenon was experienced
as upwards of 90% of the HIV positive babies admitted
became HIV negative after a few months of care.

As the years have passed, this phenomenon has continued, and the Trust has expanded its activities across the nation.  In 1998, this fledgling baby-rescue program, registered in Kenya as a Trust, brought under its umbrella other children’s activities that had been operating under its affiliate BARNABAS MINISTRIES Africa since 1989.

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