A boy named Kelvin

For a couple of months, a teenage boy kept walking past co-founders, Katie and Richard’s home; always greeting them with a friendly hello, accompanied by his usual question, “can I wash your van for you?” After declining a couple of times, Katie and Richard decided to chat with him and Kelvin revealed his story and why he wanted to clean the mobile library: Kelvin was born in Ivory Coast and whilst being very young, his parents brought him to Ghana to visit his grandmother. Something that many parents couldn’t imagine ever doing – they then left him with his grandmother, and he has not seen his father since, and very rarely sees his mother. With his grandmother being retired and having to al

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