In 2011 these children were living in squalor - their home the makeshift tent in which their father had just died.
The hugely overstretched child welfare board and various NGO's trying to cope with thousands of destitute children were unable to assist.
Sadly within three months the mother also died. ...
Thanks to support from friends in Wiltshire this little family were supported and cared for through the WeWomen's Clinic, Banepa.
Nearly a year later after much searching, places were found in a children's home run by an organisation from Belgium.
Yesterday the amazing photo on the left popped into my inbox - the child on the left is the little girl I first saw in her mothers arms on the right. Twice she nearly died but was nursed back to health, now she and her brother's and sister's are healthy and happy to be growing up together in a caring home. Now they go to school and have hope for the future. Through the Nestling Trust we can continue to create happy outcomes for other children living in despair and sadness. Please visit our website www.nestlingtrust.co.uk