On Wednesday we had the grand opening of the new Computer Teaching Center that supports orphans and vulnerable children through IT classes as well as bringing in donations for Orphans Foundation Fund to continue the many projects throughout the country in development and relief efforts for kids. We moved from the new center, which is […]
All of the chickens are all growing up fast in the Vodacom Foundation funded coop at Rafiki Child Care Center. By the end of this year we plan to have this chicken coop producing a significant contribution to the ongoing operating costs of Rafiki. Thank you all who contributed to and continue to support Rafiki […]
Here are a few shots of the fully completed Chicken Coop for Rafiki Child Care Center funded by the Vodacom Foundation. Orphans Foundation Fund is truly please with the quality and functionality of the structure and hope that it provides well for the child for many years to come. Asante Vodacom Foundation!
Orphans Foundation Fund is near the completion of new chicken coop, the building should be done by 29th Feb 2011. This is a Income Generating Activity for Rafiki Child Care Center. When the building is completed it will be fumigated and will remain closed for two weeks before bringing in the chicks. Many thanks to […]
Orphans Foundation Fund has made conceptual architectural plans for the Vocational University for orphans and vulnerable children. What we want to build would distinguish itself by it’s name, design, educational training system, equipment, teachers, and international support so that youth may be trained in various trades and make them to become self reliant. We want […]
On Oct 15th 2010 Orphans Foundation Fund, though generous donors, gave leaders some bicycles at the conclusion of the water project installation at the Islamic community center in Mererani in Tanzania. Water is life, and responsible leadership are foundations to positive progress. The community and Muslim leaders thank you for your gifts.
Rafiki Child Care Center has been for some time now looking for ways to become sustainable. The first idea was to become a clean water distribution point for the town of Mererani, but after further consideration it wasn’t as needed because of the other Orphans Foundation Fund water project nearby. Thanks to Catherine Mulvale Rafiki […]
The Orphans Foundation Fund Njiro Project is a land development program 12km from Arusha. We are planning on building a training center for community empowerment for orphans and vulnerable children as well as a hostel. Five years ago the property was purchased with the support of Dr. James Lace, he also has funded these latest […]