New Mobile Library for Street Children in Cambodia


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A Helping Hand

By a female, 22-30 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of  A HELPING HAND Last week I was privilaged to find a group called NAGEYO in Mathare, the youth group has a children center in Mathare and a school. Visiting where the group hosts 26 children I was challenged to be a giver. Though the group has rented 3 rooms which one can say is below the standards of housing, it is giving hope to the children have no home or shelter. They provide the children with food, shelter and clothing from the little income the members of the group have. The group identified the children from events they used to host and found out that that even after the event was over they did not go away. They did a follow up on the children and found that the children used to sleep near river banks and during the day they collected scrap metal and sold to get money to buy food. The group then took the children out of the street and gave them a home, a place to belong to. They also provided the children with basic education to improve their future. Read more.
Related to project keywords: children street, basic education, follow, visiting, find

Orphan Centre

By a female, under 16 years old, in Nairobi, Kenya
Map of ORPHAN CENTRE Magoso centre started as an orphans centre and it managed to pick orphans in the slum like me and they greatly helped in schooling and feeding me.I now go to school constantly and the teachers are happy that my grades are really improving my parents are happy too. Magoso school has managed to produce successive candidates and has also helped some of my colleges that were not able to attend school.It is managed by some Koreans whom i occasionally get to meet from time to time,i would also like to thank them for their daily food programme which has really helped students like me who cant afford daily meals. The school has womderful programms including organising for lond distance trips and also also they have socialising programms that has really helped the make new friends.I really thank u guys from the bottom of my heart. Read more.
Related to project keywords: new, go school, slum, including, meet

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Project Leader

Meriel Flint

Fundraising & Marketing Manager
56-64 Leonard Street, London United Kingdom

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