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Sunday, January 21, 2018



“We shall not defeat any of the infectious diseases that plague the developing world until we have also won the battle for safe drinking water, sanitation, and basic health care.” –Kofi Annan

Defending wild animals and conserving environment is as strategically important as defending the defenseless orphaned and vulnerable children in in rural-urban Africa.

Global Wildlife Warriors (GWW) under the leadership of the Founder, Saverio Di Sensi, from Canada, in collaborative partnership with AID Kenya Foundation, Directed by Armstrong Ongera, from Kenya have joined forces and efforts to support children at Sunshine Africa Children's Center as well as several other schools/orphanages in Kenya.The Warriors for Children & Animals will help build SACC Community School, Sink a water borehole, and implement GWW Wildlife Education Course to school children across Kenya and Africa.

DONATION APPEAL:Many people in the developed world have never seen an actual slum in person. The conditions there are worse than you can imagine and the result is illness and death, general hopelessness and widespread depression. These people have never seen conditions improve in their entire lifetime, so they have given up hope. These are the people the Global Wildlife Warriors (GWW) and AID Kenya Foundation is trying to help.There are over 10,000 households living 2 villages and two major slums without sufficient basics like water and food: Mombasa; Kilifi, Makueni, Kitui, Kisii  and Kwale along the coast and the Mukuru slums in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital. There are many problems there related to overcrowding, poverty and general filth. The main problem that needs to be solved is basic access to clean and affordable drinking water, and simple, but functional toilets. If we can solve these two overwhelming problems, many of the other problems will improve on their own. But today, people are dying in droves due to cholera, dysentery and other diseases related to contaminated water and untreated sewage. A large percentage of them are children under 5 who lack the immunity many of the adults have developed.

AID KENYA FOUNDATION-a charitable Trust- is currently operating three community schools and two orphanages in these slum and rural areas as well as supporting children and various schools across Kenya. We serve over 2,000 children daily from poverty-stricken families. We have been in operation since 2006 – so far, we have been able to provide education, shelter, food provisions and even some sponsorship opportunities for these children. However, we can only help them while they are with us. When they go home to a filthy shack with dirty water and poor sanitation, they could end up with an illness that might make them unable to return to our community schools.

Running water is non-existent in these areas and the authorities is corrupt and broken – they can’t do anything to help. Many families not only lack access to the water, they have no cans or containers to store or transport it. So they are forced to spend their meager income to buy it at high prices from street vendors.

Our plan is to drill three new boreholes, provide jerrycans to transport the water to the families that need it, and construct some permanent pit toilets (latrines) out of cinderblock and cement. This will help to combat the ever-present cholera as well as jiggers – a parasitic disease that is very widespread, from untreated water, poor sanitation and hygiene.

It is an expensive project, but when you consider the amount of people who could benefit from these small and simple improvements, the cost benefit is amazing. And if many people could just contribute a few dollars – the cost of a cup of coffee or a burger. For that tiny amount, you could be saving the life of a child. Most of the children and the communities are infested with jiggers fleas due to lack of water and hygiene issues.

Here’s how you can help:
Contribute. Any amount is helpful.

Share with your friends. Use the social media buttons to share this campaign with your friends and loved ones.
Help us – If you are in Kenya or anywhere around the world, come and spend the day with us – learn about our operation and see first-hand what we are accomplishing.
Donate – You can also send us books, clothing, sewing supplies, soap, toothbrushes, anything would be helpful: Check Gifts of Love


Thank you in advance for your care and support for humanity.


Saverio Di Sensi,
Founder, Global Wildlife Warriors (GWW) & Board Member, Sunshine Africa Children's Center

Armstrong Ongera,
Trustee & Executive Director,Aid Kenya Foundation/Sunshine Africa Foundation

NB: 100% of your donation goes to sink water borehole, feed, educate and shelter the children.

P. O. Box 19020-00100, Nairobi, Kenya; Tel. +254722655112; 

Following resolutions by the Board of Trustees and Executive Management Council of Sunshine Africa Foundation, a charitable foundation in Kenya and the Kenya Community Based Organizations Association (KCBOA) in Kenya, we hereby invite you to help us amplify our call to action to implement the stated resolutions.

The resolutions were endorsed by their various committees and the community and adopted by the Board of Trustees where we outlined Sunshine Africa Foundation's  mission of changing lives, impacting humanity and the Humanitarian Aid & Development Assistance Program (HADAP) Strategic Plan for the next 5 years including increasing access to water; building schools and promoting education (promoting education of orphaned and vulnerable children); eliminating Female Genital Mutilation on girls and women; promoting wildlife conservation and eco-tourism; promoting food security and agribusiness by working with small-scale farmers; promoting peace and reconciliation  among communities; engaging investors, professionals, and the Diaspora in investing in the country especially in entrepreneurship, tourism and agribusiness sectors; and linking the grassroot community based organizations to local, national and international connections, networks and opportunities to enhance community development and advance humanitarian aid and development assistance in Kenya.
Mr. Armstrong Ongera II, Executive Director, Sunshine Africa Foundation addressing students who attended the Culture Day at Tot Township, Kenya. The Students and their teachers welcomed HADAP to to help their school and especially the students with disabilities (PWDs)

Sunshine Africa Foundation offered to address the needs of the local communities through HADAP’s Gifts-of-Love Project to embrace and positively impacts the lives of the most vulnerable children, women at risk and the poor families. The Foundation will coordinate with development and collaborative partners, volunteers, institutions, organizations, donors, sponsors, well-wishers and Friends of Sunshine Africa Foundation/AID Kenya Foundation to fundraise and mobilize humanitarian aid and development assistance to secure the Gifts-of-Love and distribute them to the most needy in the society with an aim of bring a feel-good effect to over 3,000,000 people (orphans, women, school kids, small-scale farmers, elderly and the poor) in Kenya. The HADAP Program will be rolled out nationwide to alleviate abject poverty and human suffering, create sustainable community development, bring dignity and hope to the less fortunate, and emancipate the voiceless especially the orphaned and vulnerable children, women and the youth. Volunteer or Get Involved today to help achieve the HADAP goals.
Mrs. Lilian Kiptoo, HADAP Coordicator
Here’s a List of Gifts-of-Love. You can choose what to donate or sponsor:

#1. Cow
Cow for Dairy Farming/Milk or Beef Production. One Of The Surest Way To Eradicate Household Poverty. It Will Also Reduce Cattle Rustling That Is Rampant In The Region: 500

#2. Goat
Goats Adapts Well In The Climate:  50

#3. Sheep
The Highlands are suitable for Sheep Rearing: 40

#4. Poultry/Hen
Poultry Keeping (Layers/Broilers or Kienyeji): 100

#5. School Fees
Kindergarten/Pre-school: 500
Primary: 800
High School: 1,000
Polytechnic: 1,200
College: 1,500
University: 1,875
***University Scholarship Should Be For Girl-child Only

#6. School Uniforms
Full Uniform (2 Pairs Each): 70

#7. Books
Text Books; Atlas; Dictionary; Oxford Set; Bible; Exercise Books; Pens; and Erasers: 75

#8. Pack Back
Water Proof Pack Back for carrying books safely: 30

#9. Mosquito Net
Treated Mosquito Net: 10

#10. Sanitary Pads/Towels
Year Long Supply of Pads: 30

#11. Shoes
Bata Shoe/Recommended: 25

#12.Water Tank
4000 Litre Water Storage/Harvesting Tank Per Household/Small-scale Farmer: 185

Sinking a water borehole and Connecting Water to households. Pipes (Class C; ½ Inch)and Valves (Per Household/Small-Scale Farmer). No metering needed as the water will be available via force of gravity from the tanks: 50,000
SUNSHINE AFRICA CHILDREN'S CENTER and the surrounding village is a priority beneficiary of the water borehole.
#14. Water Guard/Straw
Water Treatment: 15

#15. Birth Certificate
Transportation and Paperwork: 20

#16. Household Items
Sufurias, Cooking Pots, Kitchet Wares, etc: 60

#17. Lighting Lantern + Kerosene
Lantern and Paraffin for children to Study at Home: 50

#18. D-Light Solar Equipment
Polar Powered Lighting System: 150

#19. Beddings
Bed; Mattress; Blankets; Sheets; and Pillows: 200

#20. Farms Inputs (Green Farms)
Fertilizer; Seeds; Sprinkler; Jembes; and Forks: 300

#21. Leasing Land For Green Farms (1 Acre)
1 Acre per Year: 315

#22. Buying Land For Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs)/ Landless/Dispossessed
1 Acre Forever (99 Years) with Title Deed: 5,000

#23. Electric Power Installation
Installation, Connecting Fee, Meter and Wiring for a Household: 1,250

#24. Training & Capacity Building to SMEs, Small-scale Farmers/CBOs/Cultural Groups
Training on management, accounting, agribusiness, communication, and technology: 5000

#25. Building of a School Classroom
Measuring 40 by 40 Feet
Building Materials-Timbers, Iron Sheets, Cement, Sand, Ballast, Ceiling Boards, Nails, Paints, Doors, Hinge,  Locks and Labor: 7,500

#26. Equipping of a Medical/Health Center
Medicines; and Equipments: 5,000

#27. Conducting a Medical Camp
Gloves, Medicines, Advertizing and Logistics: 1,500

#28. Building a Home/House For The Homeless
Building Materials for Semi-permanent/Temporary House with Iron Sheet Roofing: 1,000 

#29. Sponsoring An Orphaned Child
Foster Parenting/Sponsor A Child Program to feed, educate, shelter, and care for an orphan per month: 30

#30. Feeding a Family
Securing Food: 40

#31. Helping Conserve Environment/Escarpment/Forest as Water Catchment Areas
(Embobut, Kessup, Rimoi National Reserve, Kerio Valley National Reserve, Cherangany Hills, Kipkunurr, Tembu, Cheboyit, Sogotio, Kapchemutwa, Sabor, Tingwa Hill, Mektei, Kapchorua, Kipkabus, Kaptagat, Koisungur, Kapkanyar, and Kipteberr Hills)
Adopt-a-Forest Program by helping with fencing or planting or watering 1000 seedlings: 1,500

#32. Logistics-Motor Bike
Motor Bike for Transportation Suitable Mountainous Terrain: 3125;
***Bicycle to Enhance Mobility for School Children or Small-Scale Farmers due to Poor Road Infrastructure and Terrain: 150

#33. Logistics-Motor Vehicle( 4x4) Off-road
Toyota Land Cruisher + 4 Spare Tires Customized For Rough Terrain: 75,000
Fuel: 500/Month

#34. Tractor for Farming
Multipurpose for the Green Farms Project to Be Used For Agriculture and Food Security: 50,000

#35. HADAP  Coordination Office Support`
Office Rent-400
Utility Bills (Electricity & Water)- 100
Tables- 500
Cabinets- 450
Files- 150

Invitation to be a Friend of Sunshine Africa Foundation or Goodwill Ambassador: Our Humanitarian Aid and Development Assistance Program (HADAP) can be achieved only if we have the support of the local communities and friends around the world. We cannot do it alone. We appeal for the support of the people of the world. Therefore, we invite well-wishers and friends to enlist as Goodwill Ambassadors or Friends or Sponsors or Partners with Sunshine Africa  Foundation/AID Kenya Foundation at $ 30 or Euros 20 per person payable monthly or annually .If you are interested to Donate, Fundraise or Get Involved with HADAP’s Gifts-of-Love Project to impact lives directly, contact us on e-mail: 

Donations Can Be Sent To Us Via The Following Options:
#1. PayPal: 
#2. Western Union/MoneyGram: ARMSTRONG ONGERA
#3. Bank Transfer:
A/C No. : 0821430151
Swift Code: BARCKENX
Branch: Haile Selassie Avenue.

NB: Sale of Fairtrade Handmade Beaded Items, Curios, EcoSandals, Jewelry, Custom-made T-shirts or armbands: Alternatively, one can donate to us by buying the Fairtrade Items handmade by local women and youth at the KEHOSA Workshops. Order Yours Today. Donors Will Receive Free Complimentary Gift From Us. E-mail or Post Us Your Address So That We Can Be Able To Ship Directly to You.

Together, We Shall Overcome!!!

Thank you,

Saverio Di Sensi,
Founder, Global Wildlife Warriors (GWW) & Board Member, Sunshine Africa Children's Center

Armstrong Ongera,
Trustee & Executive Director,Aid Kenya Foundation/Sunshine Africa Foundation
Sunshine Africa Foundation is a humanitarian aid and development assistance charitable foundation whose mission is to change lives, impact humanity of the orphaned and vulnerable children, teenage mothers, in-and-out of school youth, women at risk and the disadvantaged populations in rural-urban slums of Kenya.
The Foundation accept Individual, corporate and group membership as collaborative partners.

Mission: “Changing Lives, Impacting Humanity



The HIV/AIDS pandemic; poverty; and drug and alcohol abuse at Milalani Village in
Sabaki Location, Malindi, in Kilifi County in Kenya has caused untold suffering to the
people of Milalani Village. There are over 5000 people who have been directly or
indirectly affected by HIV/AIDS; and drug abuse in Sabaki Location and their lives
have been impacted by this scourge for now over 20 years now. Most of those affected
are children and women. The areas where the children are settled are poor, isolated
and rural where employment opportunities are scarce and difficult to come by.

The mode of livelihood remains chiefly subsistence farming, selling Mnazi, and fruits.
The children have therefore found themselves trapped in this situation of poverty,
insecurity and general unemployment. Fathers, mothers and guardians find it difficult
to feed their children, paying school fees, school dues and medical expenses are not

Having realized this situation many parents have resorted to self help employment
and self help project to redress the situation. For instance OVC and People Living
HIV/AIDS; guardian parents started have teamed up with Aid Kenya Foundation to
establish an orphanage, Sunshine Africa Children’s Center, to shelter orphaned,
homeless and vulnerable children from Milalani village, and surrounding communities
across the Coast; as well a school- Milalani Community School, to offer basic education
to Milalani village children who have never been enrolled in school since birth. For the
community’s children, the school will boost of an increased school enrolment.
Also through the Foundation’s Education For Orphans Scholarship Program the
Foundation project to work with individuals, corporations, foundations, churches, and
religious institutions, hotels, and other well wishers to sponsor 0ver 10,500 children
and students from the community, across the Coast Region and at large so that they
can have an education over the next 10 years. Education in Kenya is simply expensive
going by the poverty levels of the people in Milalani, Matuga and Shariani village. Parents can’t afford the fees for regular public or private schools. Recently, the Government introduced free public education but still have to buy uniforms, and other payments.

It is in the context of the above situation that as Aid Kenya Foundation, we are focused
to promote education in the Coast Region of Kenya under the Foundation’s HADAP Sunshine Africa Education Program through local and international collaboration and
partnership. By promoting education, the Foundation shall be working toward
achieving UN’s Sustainable Development Goals; the Government of Kenya’s
Vision 2030; and the Foundation’s Humanitarian Aid & Development Assistance Strategic Action Plan 2012-2022.

 The provision of scholarship, building schools and educational materials to orphans and vulnerable children is geared towards improving on their retention at school.
This project will raise the status of those orphans, poor and vulnerable school drop
outs and enable them to access education once again.
Aid Kenya Foundation is seeking for US $ 1,500,000 to fund the HADAP Project.


The dream of Sunshine Africa Children’s Center (SACC) was initially
born out of the Humanitarian Aid & Development Assistance Project research that was conduct by Aid Kenya
Foundation/Sunshine Africa Foundation under the leadership of the Foundation’s Executive Director, Mr.
Armstrong  Ongera, who had done similar projects in Nairobi’s urban
slums of Kibera, and Kitui Ndogo; Kware Slums in Ongata Rongai in Kajiado County,
in the Rift Valley just outside Nairobi; and in Kitutu Community in Kisii County where he was born.

After meeting and interviewing parents, guardians, the community elders and seeing
many parentless children whose parents died of HIV/AIDS suffer, and many o the kids
going to the Beach in Malindi to waste themselves, Mr. Armstrong convinced the
Foundation’s Board of Trustees to work towards establishing the Sunshine Africa 
Children’s Center, and Milalani Community School. Based on the experience of  Mr.
Armstrong Ongera’s leadership, experience, passion and believe in the education of the
children and teenage mothers, he was tasked to work towards achieving the
Foundation’s dream for the people of Coast.

Due to increased child suffering and abuse and rampant illiteracy in the Coast Region
of Kenya, the two projects will help empower the children with education and skills.


To bring lasting and a positive change to the young children and the community they live in.

To make a real lasting difference to the lives of children through provision of quality education, care and support.


An educated Child is an empowered child. We believe in the philosophy of Nelson
Mandela: ”Education Is The Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use To Change The World”


HIV/AIDS is not just a serious threat to our social-economic development; it is a real
threat to our existence. It has reduced many families to a status of beggars in Sabaki
location and the entire Kilifi County whereby in Sabaki location alone we have about
3000 Orphans and many more destitute and vulnerable children who are at the mercy
of God. There is no family in Sabaki location and the entire Kilifi County which is left
untouched by the sufferings caused by the HIV/AIDS which is increasing rapidly.
Many children whose parents die of HIV/AIDS lack the basic necessities in life.
Traditional extended family structures are overburdened, most vulnerable being the
working age which die and leave their families impoverished. Also, there is no birth
control in the region, so an average woman can give birth more than ten times.
Achievement of literacy is undermined due to lack of finances. Many children drop
out of school to seek for food. Poverty and unemployment add salt to injury. Many
families suffer and lack the basic needs and victims of the circumstances are children.
It is in this state of depravity that at the Mission of Hope Children’s Center was
initiated by the Foundation in coordination with concerned members of the
community in a rural village at Milalani, in Sabaki Location of Malindi, Kilifi County
North Coast of Kenya to give hope to these innocent children.


HIV/AIDS is a deadly pandemic occurring in every County in Kenya. It is responsible
for the death of 2.5 million Kenyans since 1990’s. These deaths have left behind more
than three million orphans. About 1,000 Kenyans die daily from AIDS. There is still
no straight cure for AIDS; estimates suggest that over 3 million out of 40 million are

Due to poverty and unemployment, the responsibility of providing to the sibling has
become a burden to many parents. As a result of neglect and such harsh conditions
many children opt to go to the streets to beg for food to survive at very tender ages.
Some children due to neglect by parents who are sometimes torn apart in broken
relationships resulting from poverty and unemployment.

Aid Kenya Foundation, founded and established Sunshine Africa Children’s Center
which is a project geared towards providing a secure environment for the HIV/AIDS
infected and affected orphans, destitute and street children, feeding, clothing, medical
care, education, spiritual nourishment, love, a listening ear to their cry and a home
away from home. It majors in care, support and education program.


The Mission of Hope Children’s Center does not receive any government funding to
support its programs. We are dependent on individual contributions which account for
the majority of our annual budget. Without your support, our mission of educating,
protecting, and caring for these orphans could not be fulfilled. These are all our
children - when you contribute to the Mission of Hope Children’s Center, you
become a member of the Mission of Hope Children’s Center family.


The large numbers of orphans in this country are resulting from the combination of
HIV/AIDS. Kilifi County in Kenya is an extremely poor area with tremendous
inequality in income distribution. While it possesses substantial resources,
agricultural, and fishery resources, its physical and social infrastructure is not well
developed, and serious social disorders continue to hamper economic development.
Nearly half of the working-age population engages in subsistence agriculture.
In a situation where parents themselves are poor and cannot get employment, it
becomes even a greater difficulty for their children and orphans to access quality
education and other scholastic materials. The state of abject poverty facing the
orphans and vulnerable children needs to be addressed. 

The orphans and vulnerable children themselves have become increasingly concerned about their own poverty.

They have felt for the need of some sort of action by either themselves or benevolent
agencies to redress the situation. For example, seeing that nothing was forthcoming in
regards to their education, some orphans and vulnerable children have started going
to the beaches to beg from the tourists. It is on this spirit that some group of
individuals formed themselves into a project (basic support for children education
project) to try to revive the hopes of these children.

The project therefore addresses the following problems and benefits to orphans and

The school dropouts find themselves in a vicious circle of poverty and helplessness,
they cannot afford basic necessities for school, they barely have enough to eat, and
they cannot buy school uniforms. The success of this project will address these issues.
Most of the beneficiaries are orphans and family heads as children living in a
challenging world and environment, they are marginalized. This project will empower

Aid Kenya Foundation has started offering scholar materials for some needy children,
but the scheme requires financial support for procuring items such as exercise books,
pens, pencil, geometric sets, uniforms, supplementary food for weak orphans’ and
some IGA for OVCs. There will be no financial returns.


The project team will be directly involved in all phases of the project. The team
however from time to time requires technical and specialized services such as that of
financial management and project management. The group has formed a local
management committee from amongst themselves, consisting of chairperson,
secretary, treasurer and two others members.

The committee is responsible for the running of the project, it also reports to the
founders during meetings Aid Kenya Foundation is the umbrella organization
rendering general supervisory and management role. The Foundation shall continue
to support the project up to the time it attains self reliance.

The Foundation’s staff include: The Executive Director, International Goodwill
Ambassador, Regional Coordinator, Project Manager, Community Development
Facilitator, Accounts Assistant and Seven Board members who shall also monitor and
report on progress of the activities of the project.
Implementation time table is attached


 -Orphans & At-risk Children have a right to shelter, food, clothing, medical care,
education and other basic needs.
 -Orphans& At-risk Children are the future generation of which a big percentage
is now orphaned, destitute, vulnerable and at risk because their needs are
- The higher level of girls’ education the longer they postpone marriage, child
bearing and are more likely to safe guard their health.
 -Provision of education has a direct and positive impact on maternal and child
health survival.
 -Universal education not only give children an opportunity for better life but also
help reduce community’s rate of infection and death from avoidable health
hazards like AIDS.
 -Spiritual, social and emotional guidance help bring up more sober and
responsible persons in the society hence reducing the breeding of dangerous
rebels who will endanger the peace and development of the community.


To promote education, health, quality life for the orphaned, vulnerable and the destitute children while endeavoring to develop the whole person for positive contribution to society.

What we do.

-To support orphans and vulnerable children in the maintaining them at the Mission of Hope Children Center and as well as providing psychological support;
-To support  350 orphans and vulnerable children in maintaining them in guardianship of their extended families in every possible way from the provision of food to payment of school fees. Currently, 154 of the kids are at the shelter and we seek to renovate a new compound donated to the Foundation to relocate some of the most vulnerable to be under protective care.
-Providing Food, Health care, text books, school uniform accommodation, education, basic rights to HIV/AIDS infected and affected orphans & vulnerable children.
-Empowering HIV/AIDS infected and affected orphans at risk children by sponsoring them through scholarships to acquire quality education through university/vocational levels.
-Dig a borehole and provide water to HIV/AIDS infected and affected orphans &vulnerable children use and use water for irrigation and plant vegetable to be used at the orphanage.
-Develop 3 green houses to provide food to the orphans& OVCs and the community.
-Providing micro-finance services to widows and widowers living with HIV/AIDS to start small income generating businesses to sustain themselves and their families.
-To provide healthcare facilities to the communities especially the orphaned children.
-Sponsorship for school fees and other educational requirements.
-Providing clothing and all that can place the orphaned and vulnerable children to the comfort of a home.


-Reading and writing program.
-After school tutorials.
-Health and Nutrition especially to those suffering from different ailments and need special care and attention.
-Physical education
-Social interaction and Development
-Youth leadership and Development program


The next question we will tackle is who or how do we pick or determine who to benefit from the programs available.
The whole process is initiated by Aid Kenya Foundation through a letter to the District Children’s Officer (DCO) in each district through Kenya. The DCO is the secretary to the Area Advisory Council (AAC) in each district, an assignment with the responsibility of distributing the application form to schools and other institutions in the district within a given duration is vested on the DCO.The forms are made available at Kilifi District Education Office and the officer in charge of that office convenes the board where the nomination list is prepared. The list and minutes of the board meeting are forwarded to the organization who then in conjunction with the Government authorities/Administration verifies the legitimacy of the list of the intended beneficiaries of the scholarship program.
Students meeting the definition of orphaned and vulnerable children are nominated by the District Education Board using the following criteria;
-Applicants should be able to produce death certificates or burial permit(s) of guardian or parents. In the absence of the required documentation the applicant’s status as an orphan or vulnerable child must be confirmed by the District Administration and School Principal
-The Administration and management of the scholarship is carried out by Aid Kenya Foundation, The Board of Trustee, and The Sponsor (s)


 To ensure project objectives are in place project monitoring will be done from day to day this will therefore be achieved through;
-Center visits
-Center reports
-School enrollment, both primary and secondary
-School reports
-Physical and Emotional changes.
Evaluation will be done termly to determine project progress and reports made to donors.
The organization will use the following monitoring and evaluation tools based on the project activities and expected outcomes:
1) Quarterly Reports,
2) Minutes of Executive committee meetings
3) Receipts and vouchers
4) Records for inputs/outputs.
On issues regarding project sustainability it really depends on the free will donations the organization receives. This donations are basically from the community and those who are well off or well doing in their different doings in life also companies and different sectors of both private and public sectors willing to make the mission a success. Apart from the mission relying on well wishers out of the project that it will be running with different individuals that will allow and ensure the programmes run smoothly and for a long time.


 The organizations aim is to better every child’s living, health and education situation therefore any items given with the will of help in achieve the organizations goals will be appreciated in kind or cash but in order to have the home in place the organization has come up with a budget to build the home and items that will enable the children feel home. The List of Item and Budget is hereby attached or submitted upon request.
In the future the organization hopes to reduce illiteracy and reduce level on government aid from the marginalized community especially families with children and those suffering from deadly terminal illnesses. Summarily the organizations dreams and objectives with the help of several partners are;-
1 )Sponsor children in different levels of education through the scholarship system.
2) Integrated farming
3) Innovation of computer and IT skills
4) Hire professional personnel
5) Start income generating projects and production units to boost the centers income.


In concluding we will attach some stories and photographs of some of the beneficiaries of the center that the organization wishes to extend to enable a larger holding capacity so as not to leave other children out of the program. The organization really appreciates the will and wish expressed to be part of making a difference in the community.

Our  website provides forms and information of how an individual  or sponsor can be of help to the Foundation to meet its objectives. 

Changing Lives, Impacting Humanity!