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Child Health Project in Olkokola Village

Dr  James Lace led a team of doctors  from Mt. Meru Hospital on 22nd March 2013 to Olkokola village. They conducted a one day treatment; this team helped over 100 sick people. The diseases appeared were skin disease, eye problems, pneumonia, bacterial conjunctivitis and helminthiasis.

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The  village guide took the volunteer doctors around  the village after working hours to refresh their mind through the scenery beauty of the village which is laying on the slopes of Mt Meru.

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Ngorongoro Crater Trip

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Orphans Foundation Fund made an educational and fun trip to Ngorongoro Crater with the University Students under the foundation’s Education program. The three day educational trip included Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire National Park. We wanted to do this to motivate them  and also let them really enjoy their vacation.

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Street children receive the tools to succeed

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We at Orphans Foundation Fund had the graduation of the students in the street children project  funded by CORDAID. Each of the young graduates received the tools they needed to become self reliant. Through diligent hard work they will forge a path for their future. Thank you for the support of these young people and the continued support of Orphans Foundation Fund.

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Powering the Pediatric Unit of Mt. Meru Hospital

The pediatric unit of Mt. Meru hospital has temporarily moved to the Levolosi clinic. Unfortunately it is off the hospital grid for electricity. Without electricity and lights giving proper care to the patients was difficult. Orphans Foundation Fund was able to purchase the necessary wiring and connectors to connect to a nearby generator. Now  all the children in the pediatric unit can be cared for, any electrical medical equipment can be operated when needed, and the nurses can see their patients with proper lighting.

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Students in cooking course

Last week 21 young adults graduated from the Orphans Foundation Fund cooking course funded by CordAid. At the ceremony many of last terms students were awarded a certificate during the ceremony at Help to self Help vocational center. An additional 29 young adults studied tailoring and mechanics. They will graduate in January of next year.

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Computer training courses

Orphans Foundation Fund now has a fully equipped and staffed computer training center which offers courses in the following:

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Introduction Computer course: Introduction to Windows, Intro to Microsoft Word, Intro to Microsoft Excel, Intro to Microsoft  Access, Internet  and email. The course duration is  7 weeks for 120,000/= or 24,000/=  per segment

Advanced Computer course: Advanced Microsoft Word, Advance Microsoft  Excel, Advanced Microsoft Access, Microsoft Powerpoint. The course duration is 7 weeks 140,000 /= or 35,000/= per segment

Web and Graphic design: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Indesign, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver. The course duration  is 4 weeks 240,000/= or 60,000/= per segment