Peace & Joy Day Care Centre is a new project registered under Orphans Foundation Fund and provides care services for children from six month. The facility is strategic set to elevate awareness to the urban community to adopt children at such early stage and engage the centre to care and teach them while guardians and relatives are at work. This approach has come to reduce stress and fustration of using house girls who have been abusing the children.
The computer training for Orphans and Most Vulnerable Children funded by IDRF Canada has been launched. The computer training centre is located in Arusha (Njiro). Both male and female students (who have completed secondary education) have joined and more will join in the future.
Orphans Foundation Fund has been providing free computer training for vulnerable children in the community. The foundation received funds from IDRF Canada to extend its computer program for orphans and most vulnerable children. The program will begin on 15th October 2013. Children are welcome to join. The application form can be downloaded here:
The Orphans Foundation Fund Advisory Board met on November 18th to discuss the progress made thus far regarding advances in the accounting and banking procedures, human resource management, organization structure, current project results, future strategic planning, land development Kikatiti and Njiro properties, and water accessibility on the previously mentioned land. Thank you to the Board of Trustees in the US and those amongst the advisory board who participated with great ideas in last week’s meeting at Kibo Palace.
Dr. Brian Temple with his assistant Brad and some new found colleagues at Mt. Meru hospital and Lengast clinic have spent the last month helping to heal those stricken with sicknesses, deliver babies, and caring for those in most desperate need. When hearts reach out with hands of service to their community lives are forever changed and hope is renewed in the compassionate spirit of humanity.
Wine tasting fundraiser to raise money for The Yatima Group Fund, a US-based coordinating corporation for 30 orphan centeres in Tanzania.
Sunday, April 5, 2009 from 3:00-5:00
Events at Copper Hill
3170 Commercial St. SE
Salem, OR 97302
Tickets are $75 per person ($50 of which is tax deductible).
You can RSVP to Rachel at 503-364-0227 or just show up on Sunday!