The gift of a Bible will provide children in our schools in East Africa with the best gift of all ...the gift of life.
The gift of a hen provides excellent nutrition for the whole family, and will allow people to sell the eggs at market.
This will enable a child to study after dark. It replaces kerosene lamps and candles, therefore, reducing fire risks.
I AM GIRL Kit
This will provide a young girl with 4 reusable sanitary towels, pants, soap, wash bag, a towel and advice on menstrual hygiene.
A Sewing Machine
A Sewing Machine enables the local people to make clothes for their families and sell to others in the local community.
An average sow can provide a family with 16 - 20 piglets a year and is a good source of income.
Fruit Trees / Veg. Seeds
Local people will use these packs to grow vegetables and fruit trees in their patch of land to feed their families and also sell at markets.
This net offers protection against mosquitos, flies, and other insects, and thus against diseases such as malaria.
A pencil case is important for the children to have in order to carry their pencils, pencil sharpener, pens, and erasers.
A hoe or panga is very useful for planting and working with the soil, therefore enabling families and schools to grow their own crops.
In East Africa a bicycle is not only used to get from one place to the next, but it is a means of transporting goods.
Mattress 4x3 ft
This gift will provide a safe and comfortable sleeping place for a school child or family in Central East Africa.