Project #3831

Help AIDS orphans go to school in Kenya

by Mzesa Day Care Center


To help 400 students in the slums of Nairobi get a quality education. Over 75% of our children are AIDS orphans and we cater to the sick, poor and the needy. We fight against the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
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400 students and their families directly benefit from our program. The program assists children in the HIV/AIDS ravaged slums of Soweto, located in Nairobi, Kenya. The project needs trained doctors, nurses and social workers and a feeding program. The impact of HIV/AIDS is so large and it affects the entire community, whereas, AIDS orphans are discriminated against and often end up on the streets. Girls bear the brunt of the HIV problem as they are sent out to beg for food and are often raped.


Counseling for AIDS orphans Feeding program to keep children off the streets Capacity building to teach children proper hygiene HIV/AIDS monitoring in conjunction with local clinic Skills training to prepare students for the workplace

Long-Term Impact

Our program will allow AIDS orphans and other disadvantaged children in the slums to get quality healthcare and a proper education. The program will save the lives of hundreds of students and create income generating opportunities for the poor.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


Mzesa Day Care Center

Organization Information

Mzesa Day Care Center

Location: Nairobi, NA - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​N/​A
Project Leader:
Zipporah Sangiluh Ingos
Nairobi, Kenya