With the increase and the prevalence of H.I.V and Aids, many children have been orphaned. These children are left alone and they drop out of school and perish due to lack of proper care. The Neema rescue house was started in April 2011 with an objective of providing a temporary shelter for H.I.V orphaned children. Currently the house is accommodating 22 orphans and one caregiver. Just like any other family set up, children here are provided with basic needs that is, well-balanced meal, clothing, medical care and education.