“Kijiji Cha Upendo”—The Village of Love in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya

Posted in Education Projects |Date:November 3rd , 2017|Comments: 0

 “Kijiji Cha Upendo”—The Village of Love in Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya

Kijiji Cha Upendo Children’s Project (KCU) invites Canadian Samaritans for Africa (CSA) to educate 34 orphans and vulnerable children.
CSA does not fund school fees but instead empowers their parents through income generating activities to enable them pay their children school fees. This is in line with CSA mandate. Hence, CSA willingness to fund their Micro-Loan program.

PROJECT LEAD/CONTACT INFORMATION

Andrew Bwire Obara obarasidonge@yahoo.co.uk

(http://www.kijijichaupendo.org/)

What You Can Do

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More child soldiers and HIV/AIDS orphans could be welcomed into this camp if we helped the CHEF to build a hostel and a classroom block so that the children do not have to study under the tree and sleep in tents

Your donation will help us to build a classroom block and a hostel for these wonderful children who want to have a future.

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