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Feb 1, 2019

First visit of the Park view Achievers School

Parkview Achievers has 250 children ranging in age from 2 years and above. Most of them are either orphans or of single parents and guardians. Their parents eke out a living by hawking and doing small scale business which cannot provide basic needs for the children. By our help we want to make a big change to the pupils at that school so that they have a bright future ahead of them.

We find it so difficult to handle the whole children and came up with an idea of first helping the small children who are 20 in number.As the project grows we can continue supporting the rest of the children.During our first visit we came up with an idea of having a tea break with them which we gave them a packet of milk for each child.By this we had a great time with them.

Thank you for the support we are receiving from you.

We also have different group in the organization which provide basic need to the children which is lunch. We have made great impact not by ourselves but through your support.

By puting our hands together we can change the pupils. Please help us change the living of our children through your donation


Jan 28, 2019

Improvement of the small business


We work on empowering around 80 vulnerable women and youth living in Kenya poor suburb through revolving funds and also by an individual follow up. Our goal is to enable them to start and run their own small businesses in order to sustain their families and also improve local and sustainable economy. Some of our members are HIV positive. We want to financially empower them, and thanks to economic independence they are no longer stigmatized by society!

To all our Supporters,

Thank you for your support in empowering small businesses. Our microloans are really helping vulnerable women to start or run their small businesses. Meet Mary one of the small business owners in Nairobi, she recently received a loan to boost her Kiosk.

This is what she had to say,

Hello, my name is Mary, I am very grateful for the loans that I received and I want to say thank you. I used my loan to stock my small Kiosk and since then I have been able to meet the basic needs of my family and pay school fees for my children. I manage to sustain my family in everything that they require and also to stock my kiosk since I have a lot of customers.

I say to all donors, thank you!

We welcome your continued support that helps provide microfinance loans to individuals like Pauline. You are helping vulnerable women with the ability to become self-sufficient and provide basic necessities to their families. Every single donation we receive will help to eradicate poverty.

Much appreciation


Dec 14, 2018

Joyful ending of 2018 Thank you for the support


Siaka School is a boarding school located in Bungoma County and receives 20+ deaf and blind children aged 5-18. Most children are orphans and some of them were abandoned by their parents due to lack of finance to support the children. Through your help those lovely children will not feel stigmatized when they grow up and they will find more easily a proper place in the society! Thanks to all the donors who have so far helped this dream come true Disability is not inability!

The following are the activities that took place this year:


In April 2018 we had the idea with the school board to launch a kitchen garden in order to complete a bit of the daily diet with fresh vegetables and fruits. Tumaini’s volunteer, Alice Lusher was coordinating the work on this project. Since it was launched the children are able to eat fresh vegetables from the garden and don’t lack food at all. It was through your generous support that they are proud of the garden and what they eat. We say thank you.


Once in a while the Tumaini team makes an effort to go and visit the children in order to supply highly needed food which can satisfy them for duration of time. We purchase to them Rice, Beans, sugar, cooking oil and small amount of onions, tomatoes carrots and cabbages. The donations you made enabled us to do all this.


The main challenge that the school is facing right now is that they need a dormitory. This is because they share two people in one bed which is not comfortable to them. Through this the project leader came with an idea of fundraising since the construction had started but stopped due to financial crisis. The money which was donated at the fundraising was $107 which will help to construct the building so the children will not be congested in one place. It’s our hope that we shall get more donations to complete the dormitory. After the fundraising the Children were issued with Clothes and felt happy about that.

Thank you to our donors/partners/friends/volunteers who made us continue with this program, and we hope in the year 2019 you shall continue with the same donations.

The Siaka special kids wish you a Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year of 2019.


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