Kayoko Children Centre

Ps. Yoshio Iwamura officially opening the new building

A new Orphanage Centre, the Kayoko Children Centre was officially opened earlier this week on Tuesday at Eratap Village by the Church of Nazarene committee.

Funded by the Japanese Kobe International Sustaining Organisation (KISO) and the Kayoko Fund, the new orphanage centre has guaranteed optimistic promises for the safeguarding of Ni-Vanuatu children and by ensuring they pursue a brighter future.

KISO has funded one million yen towards the building of the Kayoko Children Centre.

KISO Chairman and Kayoko Fund Director, Pastor Yoshio Iwamura from Kobe International Christ Church in Japan, added that five orphans from the new centre will be receiving 3000 yen (Vt2,916) per month as support payments from their adolescent lives till they reach maturity – 18 years of age.

Pastor Peter Isaac from Nazarene Church was pleased to announce that the Orphanage has so far facilitated 35 young orphans, 5 amongst the figure will receive support payments from different helpful sponsors in not just Japan but also in different countries.

Ps Iwamura reassured that Kayoko Fund will continue to support the new centre as well as the committee of Nazarene Church in facilitating the Kayoko Orphanage.

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