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Need fibre, follically challenged or yearning for a flat tummy?  Our young health investigators taking part in the Smoothie Challenge at Happy Happy have found a vegetable may just help with...
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​A smoothie to make you smile

There are lots of laughs in this presentation by Johnny and his team of smoothie operators. Jonny has Thomas, Lucky, Daudi and Stevie as his partners. They have been busy looking into the powers ...
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​The Banana Smoothie Café

You will want to make a beeline for the Banana Smoothie Café after watching this presentation by Happy House kids taking part in Mama Sue's Smoothie Challenge. Priscilla is joined on her team by broth...
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Aah apples!

An apple a day ...add a banana and some milk and you have a tasty smoothie. But as well as tasting good, it does you good and an help regulate your blood pressure and build your bones. That's accordin...
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Strawberries unlimited

Strawberries unlimited is the promise for those who back Husna's team in the Happy House kids Smoothie Challenge.  Husna, who is joined Michael, Neema and Fahima , have been looking into the good...
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Making the most of mango

Delicious mango has all kinds of health benefits, according the research by the first team of youngsters taking part in the Happy House Smoothie Challenge.  The youngsters who are making this pre...
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Operation smoothie

Fresh smoothies are a power-packed way to start the day and can be super-good for you.  Mama is a great believer in using the power of nature to help heal your ills and when Papa had sore ankles ...
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Crops flourish

Aubergine, moringa, paw-paw, pumpkin and more are flourishing in the Happy House garden.  Here Oscar shows us a patch of garden, newly created behind the laundry, where crops are now planted.&nbs...
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Safety comes first

Motorbikes are a popular choice of transport in Kenya and, at Happy House, we have one that was donated and is used for some local errands.  Mama Sue is keen for the young people, growing up in o...
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Butterfly Elizabeth

Little Elizabeth is five years old and a happy and lively member of our Happy House family.  Elizabeth came to our Happy House family, aged six weeks, having been found abandoned two weeks. ...
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Getting ready for Christmas

We still have more than a month until Christmas but our Happy House family is already busy planning.  And the children using free time at weekends to make Christmas decorations and are delighted ...
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Meeting Baraka

 Meet Baraka Francis who is telling us about himself.  He came into the loving care of the Happy House family when he was a little boy, along with his three brothers.  Evans, who record...
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Shelter almost complete

A shelter to protect the Happy House cars is well on its way. Evans, who filmed the video, says: "Meet Uncle Charo and Brian who are building a shade for the cars to be parked. " Uncle Charo is a carp...
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Your special requests, please!

Mama Sue and our family at the Happy House would like to bring a bit of cheer to friend around the world who are now, once again, gripped in a pandemic-enforced lockdown.  They want to bring some...
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How Zoom helped us

Happy House kids Brian and Lucky have been home schooled with the rest of our family during in lockdown. And now school has opened again to Years 4 and 8, Mama Sue is introducing the teaching methods,...
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Question time

It's question time for Tumaini and Steve when they interview each other.  The boys, both in Primary class 4, were taking part in the confidence building session at Happy House School. It's good t...
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A lesson in manners from Saidi

Happy House kid Saidi certainly wasn't shy when he was asked to speak about the importance of good manners. Saidi, who is primary class 4, was taking part in a confidence-building session for Years 4 ...
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Papa power is on the ball

It's no secret that Papa Dave likes his football. In fact, there won't be anyone in miles of the Happy House who doesn't know that he's a Leeds United fan. His first question to everyone he meets is"W...
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Christmas bells are jingling at Happy House

Santa will be bringing fewer gifts to our children this Christmas as Mama Sue explained in yesterday's video. We won't be able to give out new clothes, as we usually do, because with the pandemic virt...
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Christmas is coming

With almost 60 children in the family, Mama Sue always plans well ahead for Christmas. And this year, planning has to be even more rigorous than usual. The huge fall in visitors to Happy House, becaus...
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