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Save The Orphans In Kenya

OUR STORY

Dream Children's Home is the realization of my dream to care for orphaned children offering housing, early learning, nutrition, medical attention and spiritual support to recompense the loose of parents. UFVRA work in close partnership with Dream Children's Home in Kenya for to implement this program. Our many support to appeal for donor, fund raise for non food items, and sponsorship.

PROJECTS

A message from Dreams Founder:

"We would first and foremost love to thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts for the support and love that you have exhibited towards the Dream Family. You are a gift to us from God. We are truly grateful for standing with us. In the last few years a lot of things have changed within the home. With donations, physical help and environmental knowledge we were able to improve our daily life and our living conditions. But there are still many things to do!
This year, after having a meeting with the Dream Children's Home Board members, we came up with a list of short term and long term projects which we would love to undertake, that will really help in running this Home even more efficiently. Kindly feel free to take a look at them. You are welcome to donate towards any of these projects through better place. Your contribution, whether great or small is totally significant and highly appreciated. If you have some new ideas or knowledge to change and improve our home just contact us!"

PROJECTS ARCHIVE

NEW WELCOME CREW (Project in 2016)

TRANSPORT AVAILABLE - THANK YOU ALL! (Project in 2016)

We are proud of our new and first (!) car. Finally we are able to bring in food by ourselves

THE SCHOOL IS GROWING! WE ARE BUILDING NEW CLASSROOM FOR ST. HELENA SCHOOL AGAIN (Project in 2014)

And here we go: the new class-rooms are done and we are happy to use them in 2015. Thank you for everyone who helped and supported us in this project.

EXTENDING THE SHED (Project in 2014)

We are constantly trying to improve our economic situation. The main goal is to become more and more self-sufficient. Therefore we improved the shed. With two new cows, which give way more milk than our old ones we are able to collect more milk while staying low in costs for animal food. We will focus on this in the future and try to buy more cows out of the money we earn from selling their milk.

RENEWING THE SANITARY SYSTEM (Project in 2014 - still running)

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