Baby Moses was literally pulled out from the brink of death by Esther David, the matron of Bezer Home. His mother died of HIV, and his extended family did not want the sickly infant. Esther gladly welcomed the starved little guy into her arms.
For the first couple of weeks, Moses had a hard time keeping his food down. He was so excited to eat that he would slurp it all down too quickly and then spit it back up. His caregivers have been able to modify how they are feeding him, and he is now keeping his food down much better.
There are 15 pairs of hands in Bezer Home always ready to hold Baby Moses. When he came to us, the back of his head was flat from always being left alone. That’s certainly not a problem anymore.