Education
 Kenya
Project #11939

Build School For 500 Poor Slum Children In Kenya

by Shining Hope Community Based Organization

Summary

This project will build education and sports talent school to benefit more than 500 vulnerable and orphaned children from slums and villages in Kisumu City,Kenya. The talent school will provide free education, healthcare services, identify, nurture, develop and expose diverse sports talents amongst the vulnerable and HIV/AIDS orphaned children living in extreme poverty.
$935.00
total raised
18
donors
0
monthly donors
4
years active

Challenge

Due to increasing death of people as a result of HIV/AIDS, so many children have been left as orphans with nobody to take care of them and giving them needed support. Some of these children are left with their grandparents who do not have any sources of income with some left homeless hence ending up in the streets. The project will provide free education and talents development amongst these children.

Solution

The project provides free education, sports talent development, nutrition, healthcare to less fortunate and orphaned children.

Long-Term Impact

The project will enable over 500 vulnerable and orphaned children every year to access education and sports training enabling them to tap into their full potential, rise out of poverty and improve living standards for their families.

Resources

http:/​/​www.shininghopeforkids.org
Shining Hope For Kids

Organization Information

Shining Hope Community Based Organization

Location: Kisumu, Nyanza - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​www.shininghopeforkids.org
Project Leader:
Collins Odhiambo Agwanda
Director
Kisumu, Nyanza Kenya

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