Family Economic Empowerment in the Kenyan Slums Small business grant program for guardians Fundraisers visit on a regular basis Guardians receive parental and health education

Macheo US

Org #29540
Vetted since 2015 Site Visit Verified
2012
year founded
$36,372
raised on GlobalGiving
8
years fundraising
0
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

Macheo seeks to provide orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya with a better future, caring for 56 children in a safe and secure home in Thika, with enhanced educational opportunities, counseling, health and welfare. We provide daily food to thousands of disadvantaged school children in the rural and slum communities surrounding Macheo, to elevate their nutritional status, improving their ability to learn and develop normally.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Anne Thompson
Anne Thompson
Seth Mwangi
Seth Mwangi
Organization Information
2112 White Owl Way
Okemos, MI 48864
United States
(517) 2567463
Organization Information
2112 White Owl Way
Okemos, MI 48864
United States
(517) 2567463

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:

Achieving Nutritional Goal

By Seth Mwangi | Service Delivery Manager

Introduction Malnutrition still remains one of the most significant public health challenges, particularly among vulnerable populations. The consequences of malnutrition are profound, affecting not... Read the full report ›

Bright Future for Struggling Families

By Anne Thompson | President Macheo US

In helping to create bright futures for struggling families, Macheo supports caregivers to provide for their children by helping them start small businesses or become employed in the formal economy.... Read the full report ›

Partnership for Better service Delivery

By Seth Mwangi | Service Delivery Manager

Introduction: Macheo's Malnourished Children Program is a crucial initiative aimed at addressing the nutritional needs of vulnerable children in our community. Recently, we had the privilege of... Read the full report ›
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