Our Partners

Our Partners HELP KIDS FULFILL THEIR DREAMS Every Day.

 
 
 
 

Kilimanjaro Hope Organization (KIHO)

KIHO is an independent local Tanzanian NGO created in 2010, currently active in the Pare mountains areas and the remote parts of the lowlands in Same District, Kilimanjaro Region. Their philosophy is to work with people and for people in order to promote and facilitate sustainable community development and hence improve the quality of life. KIHO acts as a catalyst for local community initiatives.

 
 
 
 

Gerladina

The Gerladina Orphanage and Education Centre (GOEC) was a lifelong dream for Founding Director Thadeus Mutarubukwa, who recognized the great need for assistance to orphaned and vulnerable children in his hometown of Bukoba, Tanzania. Thadeus has dedicated his entire life to the betterment of the lives of children in his community, first as a teacher, then as an executive with an international children’s aid agency, and now through GOEC. After experiencing the profound loss of his own Mother, named Gerladina, and through great personal sacrifice, Thadeus brought this dream to reality. With the help of Emily Mallett and Kim Lalonde, who met Thadeus in Tanzania while on a mission trip from Canada in 2005, GOEC first opened its doors on March 15th, 2007. Located near the shores of Lake Victoria, this loving residence is currently home to 23 children.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Child in Action Foundation

Child in Action foundation is a non-Profit, charitable  and Non governmental organization found by Mr Felix Manyogote based in Tanzania dedicated to improve the lives of young ones especially orphans, street children and vulnerable children.

The organization's purpose is to help deprived, excluded and vulnerable children have the capacity to be young adults, parents and leaders who bring  lasting and positive changes in their communities.

We strive to prevent children from becoming vulnerable and help those who are ready by improving their health, education and economic opportunities.

 
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