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Today is #InternationalDayofFamilies. All families belong together, help Ruth bring Nasteha home.https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film 

Here is a sneak preview of a rough scene we’re working on for My Heart in Kenya.

I am tortured when I am away from my family, from my children. I am horribly guilt-ridden.
Jessica Lange
Here is Zeynab’s timeline for when she first applies for resettlement to Canada to the birth of Nasteha. Timeline is between 2006-2013.Credit: Timeline was taken from the Canadian Council for Refugees.

Here is Zeynab’s timeline for when she first applies for resettlement to Canada to the birth of Nasteha. Timeline is between 2006-2013.

Credit: Timeline was taken from the Canadian Council for Refugees.

Have you seen our trailer for My Heart In Kenya? 
Check it out here http://vimeo.com/85997488#at=0

Check out the documentary My Heart In Kenya on Twitter @MHKdoc

Check out the documentary My Heart In Kenya on Twitter @MHKdoc

Check the documentary My Heart In Kenya on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MHKDoc

Check the documentary My Heart In Kenya on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MHKDoc

With your donations, you can receive perks like a movie sized poster of My Heart in Kenya designed by Ola Volo or even have your name listed as a Producer. Help spread the word and if you can spare a few dollars to help complete this film, that’s great too!https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

With your donations, you can receive perks like a movie sized poster of My Heart in Kenya designed by Ola Volo or even have your name listed as a Producer. Help spread the word and if you can spare a few dollars to help complete this film, that’s great too!

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

Let’s talk about perks! Did you know you can donate even just $1? You’ll get regular updates and behind-the-scenes scoop throughout the fundraising process! Donate today at http://kck.st/PeTjbG

Let’s talk about perks! Did you know you can donate even just $1? You’ll get regular updates and behind-the-scenes scoop throughout the fundraising process! Donate today at http://kck.st/PeTjbG

Barbra Streisand & Robert Redford on the set of The Way We Were, 1973

This is a group photo of Ruth’s first visit with Nasteha. Photo includes (left to right): Ruth, Susan (translator), Ebla, Nasteha, Abdullahi (Nasteha’s father)
Thank you everyone for the overwhelming support so far! Donate today at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

This is a group photo of Ruth’s first visit with Nasteha. 
Photo includes (left to right): Ruth, Susan (translator), Ebla, Nasteha, Abdullahi (Nasteha’s father)

Thank you everyone for the overwhelming support so far! Donate today at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

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Day 2 with Nasteha

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Day 2 with Nasteha

Pre-Order your digital copy of My Heart In Kenya by donating $25 or more and be one of the only people in the world that will get photograph with Nasteha’s handprint on the back. 24 days left! http://kck.st/PeTjbG 
Photo featuring: Graffiti on the wall in Eastleigh - March 2012

Pre-Order your digital copy of My Heart In Kenya by donating $25 or more and be one of the only people in the world that will get photograph with Nasteha’s handprint on the back. 24 days left! http://kck.st/PeTjbG 

Photo featuring: Graffiti on the wall in Eastleigh - March 2012

With 24 days left in our Kickstarter campaign, we have raised $6,372 of our $20,000 goal. One of the biggest hurdles we face with this film is accurately translating the Swahili and Somali languages that are spoken throughout, so a big portion of the Kickstarter funds will be allocated to that. Help us spread the word on Facebook and Twitter!Thank you to the following backers for their support yesterday:Priscilla Abustan, Evan Hosie, Michelle deSalaberry, Douglas KerrPhoto featuring:Nasteha and Ebla visiting Ruth at her guesthouse in Nairobi - March 2012https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

With 24 days left in our Kickstarter campaign, we have raised $6,372 of our $20,000 goal. One of the biggest hurdles we face with this film is accurately translating the Swahili and Somali languages that are spoken throughout, so a big portion of the Kickstarter funds will be allocated to that. Help us spread the word on Facebook and Twitter!

Thank you to the following backers for their support yesterday:
Priscilla Abustan, Evan Hosie, Michelle deSalaberry, Douglas Kerr

Photo featuring:
Nasteha and Ebla visiting Ruth at her guesthouse in Nairobi - March 2012

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/390146192/my-heart-in-kenya-a-documentary-film

Welcome to My Heart In Kenya, a Documentary Film. “A refugee emigrating from Kenya is forced to leave her infant daughter behind. Four years later a social worker tries to reunite them.”

We have launched a 30 day Kickstarter campaign and we hope to raise $20,000 to help finish the film. So far we have raised $5647 out of our $20,000 goal. We have 26 days left in our campaign. 

For more info or to donate check out our Kickstarter page and check out the trailer below. http://ow.ly/vXCZO