Mammadu Trust

To improve vulnerable and orphaned children's present living conditions and their future lives by: 1.meeting their basic needs such as nutrition, health and hygiene; 2.ensuring that each of them attains an adequate education level; 3.promoting fundraising initiatives and projects with the contribution of donors and sponsors; 4.organizing voluntary work for those willing to devote their abilities and time to the children.
Education, Nutrition, Health and Safety to 40 Kids
 
Mammadu is a non-profit organization which provides education, nutritional services, healthcare, and a safe environment to 40 children who are vulnerable and/or orphaned due to extreme poverty or having lost a parent to HIV/AIDS or another health condition. These children live in informal housing settlements in Namibia, Africa, and without the help of Mammadu they would not have access to healthy regular meals, a proper education, or a safe place to learn and play. project reportread updates from the field
School fees and uniforms for 14 Mammadu kids
 
This project will grant basic literacy for 14 orphaned and vulnarable children living in a township in Windhoek, Namibia. This is the only way to give them a chance for a better future. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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