One Village At A Time

One Village At A Time (OVAAT) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-government organization (NGO) whose mission is to create small, sustainable programs for AIDS orphans and their villages in Nambale and Siaya, Kenya, with the final goal being that each village is able to create its own resources for feeding, clothing, and educating itself. Our Sustainable School Feeding Program helps three schools and their communities become self-sustaining. We impact about 7,500 people. One Village initiated its program in the Busia District of Nambale because of its extreme poverty: 70% of its residents in the district live on less than $1 a day. The impact of the AIDS pandemic in Kenya has been catastrophic....

Empower 200 mothers and 1,000 girls in Kenya

Empower 200 mothers and 1,000 girls in Kenya
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Life skills class for girls in Got Oyenga

Life skills class for girls in Got Oyenga
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Students at Got Oyenga eating lunch.

Students at Got Oyenga eating lunch.
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PICD session in Got Oyenga.

PICD session in Got Oyenga.
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Participation at a PICD meeting in Got Oyenga.

Participation at a PICD meeting in Got Oyenga.
Photo from Progress Report 'Making a difference in the community' (view small | med | large | orig)