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Makindu Children's Program

Org #14442
Vetted since 2013 Site Visit Verified
1998
year founded
$84,134
raised on GlobalGiving
9
years fundraising
5
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

The Mission of Makindu Children's Program (MCP) is to provide financial, advisory and technical guidance to Makindu Children's Centre (MCC) and support their efforts to provide nutritional, medical and emotional support, and access to education and vocational training to destitute AIDS orphans and other vulnerable children.

Projects (9)

Food Baskets for Households in Kenya!
Kenya / Food Security
Empower Kenyan Girls with Education
Kenya / Education
Help child victims get justice
Kenya / Education
Empower Girls & Boys with Computer Skills
Kenya / Education
Empower Wayua to start own business
Kenya / Economic Growth
 
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Project Leaders
Diana Richardson
Diana Richardson
David Barram
David Barram
Team
Diana Richardson
Organization Information
PO Box 51556
Eugene, OR 97405
United States
541-357-9673
Organization Information
PO Box 51556
Eugene, OR 97405
United States
541-357-9673

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jul 6, 2022
Food delivery continues, but so does hunger
In spite of monthly food relief to all children in our care during the pandemic, many continue to be hungry.The drought continues and the news reports warn of coming famine. Last year, in a remote...
Jul 6, 2022
Dozens graduate from Makindu Children's Program
We are extremely pleased to report that nine teens graduated from Form 4 (High School) and 23 graduated from Vocational Training, totalling 32 students who have left the program to seek employment. In...
Jul 5, 2022
Children are still hungry
In spite of monthly food relief to all children in our care during the pandemic, many continue to be hungry. The drought continues and the news reports warn of coming famine. Last year, in a remote...
 
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