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Venaras in India is a holy place for the Hindus. There is a Free school there by the side of the River Ganges. Children who cannot afford to go the public schools can study there at the Somit Free School. At present, there are about 30 students and 5 staffs in the school. This school is run by Mr Somit on his own by the money he earns from his guest house and yoga classes. His vision is to provide a better curriculum, nutritious food to the students and a good salary for the teachers but the financial situation of the school is tough. He also wants to establish more schools so that a lot of students can get education for free. So, we would like to request you for donations

Somit Kumar Dutta, CEO

 

When Mr Somit was in his late teens, he could see a lot of children around him who weren’t able to attend any kind of school. That made him feel that he should do something from his side. So, he decided to start a guest house in order to earn some money and share about the situation of the children to the guests. This led to the establishment of the current Free school.

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clothes

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Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, is the home to a large number of street children in the whole Africa. Baraka children Home is an orphanage with the toughest situation among the orphanages I have visited around the world. It s because of lack of support from the government and NGOs. They are managing this orphanage on their own. They are being supported by the people around them which is never enough. It’s a shelter to more than 100 children. They want to provide a better environment for the children. So, they need financial support in order to provide healthy foods and a safe shelter.

Margaret Kimaru, CEO

 

There were poor children in the neighbourhood she lived. They had no shelter and no food to eat. So, she used to invite them to her house and provide some food for them. But as years went by, the number of such children increased and it was hard for her to help them on her own. So, she had to ask her neighbours for help and they started the Baraka Children home together.

Donate to Baraka Orphanage

we can accept:

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clothes

school supplies

food

if you consider donating to this orphanage please contact us 

 

Burundi is a small country in Africa which has been ranked as the least happiest country in the world, IPLED is an orphanage in the second largest city of Gitega. However,this orphanage is a little different from the other orphanage in a way that it also educates the children about the dangers of street life and the importance of study along with food and shelter. Apart from that,they provide counselings to the parents on how to raise the children. Despite having 159 children and 13 stuffs,They don't have any supports from the government and the NGOs. So they need financial support for a better accommodation and basic needs of the children.

Jean Marie, CEO

Jean(middle)is full of love and enthusiasm for the underprivileged children and is contributing a lot in providing food and education to many children. Latha(left) migrated to Burundi from India to serve among the children in need. Josias(right) is the coordinator of the orphanage.

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clothes

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