Progress Update from the Ket Wangi Orphanage (Kenya)

Written by Emily Odera, Founder of Ket Wangi Orphanage and Learning Center (Update 2) I am passing my vote of thank you to Brillkids Foundation. Ket Wangi Orphans have really improved their standard of learning in English, Music, Science, Geograpphy, Mathmatics and ARTS.I have seen what I call learning at ease. The Nursery school is enjoying learning that they do not even want to break for their breaks. Music is fantastic. These are the children whom some were slow learners. Learning is now fun with…

Cecily’s Fund (Zambia)

Educating Zambia’s Children Orphaned by AIDS With their Zambian partners, Cecily’s Fund provides Zambian orphans with everything they need to go to school. They also help some of them to go on to train as peer health educators and teachers. With an education, they have a far better chance of growing up to be self-reliant, live healthy, fulfilling lives – and bring hope to others. [Show slideshow] [pink]Background[/pink] Cecily’s Fund was delighted to receive the in-kind grant of five Little Reader kits including software, teacher guides and…

Introducing the Ket Wangi Orphanage and Learning Center (Kenya)

[hide_featured_img][youtube][/youtube] Written by Emily Odera, Founder of Ket Wangi Orphanage and Learning Center (Update 1) BrillKids early child education kit has brought an improvement in our academic standard in English and Math. The children have adopted the curriculum so well that they even recite their lessons while playing. We have introduced it to the Nursery school and Primary 1, 2, 3, and 4. Children like learning with fun. They feel encouraged as they watch other children read at an early age i.e. Felicity and others.…

Rebeca Saiz, Independent Missionary (Zambia)

Written by Rebeca Saiz, Independent Missionary I’ve been a missionary for 22 years, I’ve worked as a volunteer and lived in about 30 countries around the world. Though the charity and humanitarian projects varied, they always involved the welfare and education of children. I’ve been in Zambia for 7 years, working as a volunteer teacher and relief coordinator. I’ve been based out of 4 cities where we established and run institutions for children (orphanage, home, street kids centre), but I’ve travelled all around with different…