Our ethos is to ask what assistance one wishes and tailor-make programmes suited to their needs rather than to make assumptions or blanket judgments. We adopt the attitude of working together rather than we are here to ‘save you’.
To change narratives and leave positive impacts, we aim to build a Community Centre in Misyani tailored to enriching lives of rural children with disabilities and their families. We call the centre “Misyani Centre”. The centre will open its doors February 2017
What You Can Do
As a non-profit we rely on your generous contributions to keep our programmes going. We not only need funds but donations of clothes, food and volunteers.