Kenya

capital: Nairobi
population: 48 million people (World Bank, 2016)

Child Growth Program


Recipients

Child Support 153

Objective

Support children to cope poverty through food, education, medical support.

Project Detail

1 out of 5 students in the developing countries cannot go to school. These students do not have an opportunity to get basic education which leads them to suffer from poverty just like their parents. World Together is here to establish a donor-recipient 1 to 1 relationship to support food, education, and medical service to these children in order for them to successfully grow as a healthy member of their community.

Related SDGs

Process

Child Food Support, Necessities, Scholarship, School Fees Support, Medical & Mental Support

Educational Support


Recipients

Kindergarten 260

Objective

Create an environment that students and disabled students could study together

Project Detail

Ensure proper nutrition support to children in Kabarnet, Kenya so that they could maintain their education without illness.

Related SDGs

Recipients

WingWing Library 155

Objective

To help children in Kenya who lack infrastructure to acquire knowledge and understand globalization through reading.

Project Detail

WingWing Library not only provides books but also after school classes in order to help academic achievement of local students. Furthermore, there are many other extra-curricular activities to provide various other opportunities. Finally, the library also provides mother’s class to reach out to various local people who seek aid.

Related SDGs

Developing Infrastructure


Recipient

Increase Livestock Industry 59

Objective

To aid low class and single-mother family to self-support and sustain themselves by creating their own economy. Also, foster capabilities for locals to develop their own community.

Project Detail

This project is to lend a cattle to each family so that they could create their own economy. Also, the project aids the locals to actually sustain and manage the cattle. Professional monitoring and mentoring session is provided monthly. The project started in 2013 and currently as of 2017, 59 household has rented a cattle and they are sustaining their own economic capabilities.

Related SDGs

Process

Select recipients – Basic training and build carriage – advanced training.

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