Change Everything for a Child in Poverty Today!
Help us offer every child the best start in life, a safe place to learn and survival for the future.
To provide education support, care and protection to vulnerable children in Ng’ando location, through intensive implementation of the 8.4.4 and CBC curricula, support of a regular feeding programm, provision of mental health services and protection of children’s rights as stipulated in the children’s act (2012).
A sensitized community where children welfare is a priority in terms of education, safety and provision of basic needs.
We are striving to build brighter futures for children within the informal settlement in Nairobi. We influence agenda and forge powerful partnerships to deliver real impact for the disadvantages children and their families.
Our Motto: Empower with Love
Why we strive to restore hope to the less privileged ones!
Swanland village is striving to deliver quality education so that every child within Ng'ando can have hope, opportunity and a brighter future just like any other child. It is only through the aid of sponsors and the dedication of our volunteers that we have been able to bring the gift of hope and an education to less privileged children, who are otherwise not able to attend school because of factors such as financial hardship within the the region.
HOW YOU CAN HELP!
Please help us give these children an education and a hope! Money raised on behalf of these projects will provide:
Wages for local Kenyan teachers and the resources they need to teach.
Food for children and staff at school.
Upkeep for the building & supply of water and electricty.
Equipment, uniform & other essential education supplies for running the school.
Meet Our Founders
Chryspin Onkoba Afifu
Founder / Director
“A simple but powerful reminder of the positive domino effect a good education can have on many aspects of a person’s life and outlook.”
Flouridah Awuor Afifu
Founder / Assistant Director
“Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”