Upon the completion of our PET in 2018, we committed to a new project – one that was named the “H20 Project”. We have committed to 13 water tanks over a period of 3 years. Each tank costs approximately $350 Canadian and provides hope for a better tomorrow. If you would like to help; to contribute, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
This project provides outreach services to children, mothers and grandmothers living in rural and slum areas of Kenya. It focuses its effort on offering hope and a future to youth through promotion of education, health care, empowerment and helping to ensure caregivers remain strong and in the home.
Our Kenyan Kids provides outreach in the following ways:
- Selenium Project, Embu – Selenium supplements, healthcare, counselling and homecare support is provided to mothers and grandmothers living with HIV/AIDS. Many of these caregivers experience miraculous recoveries, helping them return to work and support their children.
- Vulnerable Children – Various children living in the slums and rural Kenya who suffer from such ailments as deafness, epilepsy or HIV/AIDS are supported by supplying necessities, healthcare and schooling.