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$1 a day - that's how much most families in Africa live on
$25 a month for schooling that completely changes a child's life.

changing the world is within everyone's reach

A clinic at the children's shelter for its residents and the neighboring Maasai tribe

Medical Center

A school for 30 of the youngest children in Africa's largest slum.

Kill Happy School

There are only five classes. The lessons are taught by professional teachers. The timetable includes Swahili, English, grammar, the world around us, and arts and crafts.
A school for 100 children from the poorest in Africa's largest slum.

Tabor School

In Russian charity, this foundation has occupied a niche almost unoccupied. Namely, helping families in difficult situations: children, single mothers, single mothers with many children, children who have lost parental care.

Families Assistance Foundation "The Only Life"

The project is designed to help one of Kenya's indigenous tribes, the Turkana, survive. Expanding national reserves are reducing the tribe's living space. People are being forced to abandon the places they have hunted and farmed for hundreds of years.

Turkana tribe

an orphanage for more than 130 children created by the people of Kenya.

Shelter Nairobi

A poultry farm in a Kenyan slum that gives school children not only a protein meal, but also the joyful moments of their first experience outside the slum. Support us in creating a happy childhood and a healthy future for children in Kibera.

Poultry house in the slum

The cost of tuition, two meals a day and medical care is 50 usd/month. If you want to take these costs on yourself, choose which children you want to help. You can unsubscribe at any time.
Personalized help for the children of Slumdog School

Children sponsoship