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We are looking for a sponsor for Harriet

Harriet is a very bright girl coming from a humble family. She was one of the top performers in the Grade 8 in 2019 and she has talent and potential to be among the top students in high school too. However, her parents cannot afford paying her school fees and uniform, stationary etc. The mother

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Nest Children Centre, Shanzu

The Nest Children Centre is a kindergarten, or rather a pre-school facility, established in January by Mama Janet, a local retired teacher, to help children prepare for the challenges of school. In Kenya kindergartens are completely different than in Europe, they are rather preparatory schools. By the time the children go to school – in

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Sponsor is needed for Marveline

Marveline Bosibori has a drunkard and irresponsible father who never cares to take his upkeep duties of his family. Agnes, the mother works as an usher in the local church and actually finds it difficult to meet all the basic needs of the family since she earns less than a dollar per day. She is

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Sponsor is needed for Blessing

Unfortunately the current Hungarian sponsor cannot support Blessing Akinyi in the future thus we are looking for a new sponsor or one-off donators for her.   Blessing Akinyi is an orphan. Both her parents died leaving her and his brother (Erick Agwingi) in the hands of a drunkard aunt who never cared about them and could

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Our ‘Shamba – Garden in Africa’ project has started

On 17 April we officially started our ‘Shamba – Garden in Africa’ project as we had a look and walked around the plot to decide about the implementation. We keep you updated as we further proceed with the project.   More information about the project >>   Photos of our plot-watching:

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Creative workshop in Boston

On March 11 one of our volunteers – Móni B. or as we call her “the other Móni” 🙂 – visited the Boston kindergarten in Kenya and organized a creative workshop. Kenyan kindergartens are very different to those in Europe: Kenyan children learn there as in schools from the age of 3 (sleeping after lunch on

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Shamba – Garden in Africa

Afroho’s agricultural project in Kowuor   As a joint initiative of Afroho, Sare SEEP and Mon jardin! we launched an agricultural project in Kowuor from April, 2016 to educate local people on new agricultural work methods and yet unknown edible vegetable varieties.   For further details of the background of the project and our preliminary

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Hardships of secondary school enrolment in Kenya

This week is the time of the school year when Kenyan first grade students enroll in secondary schools. Students can normally choose from the “commuter” or boarding school type of education. The choice of the school mainly depends on the results of the final exams at primary school. In Kenya students can not choose their

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Sponsor is needed for Avni

Avni is to start her high school studies this year, but as her father has died and the mother is not able to provide for school fee, books and stationary, we are looking for a permanent sponsor or one-off donations to support her. Avni’s father was an artisan and died of kidney failure (due to

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Akinyi has started her studies in the high school

Thanks to a one-off support from Afroho, one of our students involved in Kowuor Children Support Programme, Christine Akinyi has started her studies in one of the best high schools in the area. Akinyi finished her primary school studies with outstanding results, she had the most scores in Kowuor Primary School in KCPE, so she

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