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 […]
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.
A good samaritan donated a wheelchair to Orphans Foundation Fund and it was then given to this needy man. The donor now wants to give to more people, so we are looking for more with disabilities to help.
Six nurses at Mt Meru Hospital and three students have each been given a notebook computer by Orphans Foundation Fund. This foundation’s sustainable computer program targets working partners, vulnerable children and other less privileged group in the community with computer equipment and training.