This past week, having completed my second three week period in Malawi, I returned to Kenya. I am actually on my way (over two weeks) back to the USA to the head office and to regroup before returning to consult and guide a new project through infancy in Malawi (more on that later). On my long return trip, over the course of two weeks, I was to go to Kijabe and the CURE hospital there for one week and then bus to Uganda and Mbale’s CURE hospital for my final few days there prior to flying out of Entebbe, Uganda. While in Kijabe, I organised with Pastor Amandui, my colleague there in collecting stories, to go and see a child named David. We had visited him once before at the New Hope Children’s Center, an orphanage in Limuru, about 13 miles from Kijabe. He was taken in there along with his mother after some serious bouts of violence across Kenya (following the elections in 2008) that left him without a father and two brothers.