Transforming Lives in Tanzania with Rainwater Collection System
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"More people die from contaminated or polluted water than from all forms of violence including wars,” states the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
Learn how Aid Africa’s Children’s newly built rainwater collection system in Tanzania is creating access to clean water for the students and locals of Mvimwa, Tanzania.
Aid Africa’s Children Awarded $7,500 Grant for Clean Water Project
This year our water project in Tanzania is near completion, our chicken business in Tanzania moving forward, and the necessary school repairs and restoration at our Zambia school is a success. We could not have done any of this without your generous support, donations, and steadfast belief in Aid Africa’s Children.
United Methodists Announce Aid Africa’s Children as Fund Recipient
Learn how Clean Water Project gets a big boost from this generous grant.
400 Students Share 60 Desks at our school in Zambia
Aid Africa’s Children’s was approved by the Board of Global Ministries of United Methodists Church to be an official fund recipient for worthy projects at their annual official United Methodist Conference.
GoFundMe Helps Volunteers Deliver Desks to our Zambia School
There’s no guaranteed seating at our school in Zambia. Over 400 students shared 30 desks. Now, with the recent delivery of 30 new desks, the odds of getting a desk have doubled.
Walk/Run Raises $1,506 for Ntemba Village Water Project
Volunteers, Ryan and Ever Moore used Gofundme to purchase 30 desks and 3 chalkboards for our school in Zambia.
Girl Scouts Raise Funds for Water Project
Aid Africa's Children 9th Annual Walk/Run was held in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin at The Rec Plex recreational area on Saturday, April 29th 2017. The Beach Pavilion on Lake Andreas was the gathering site for the 5K run and 3.5 K walk around scenic Lake Andreas.
Join Aid Africa’s Children 9th Annual Walk/Run on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Lakeview RecPlex!
In February, 2017, Aid Africa’s Children began working with the Girl Scout Junior Troop #40138 and Daisy Troop #45263 from B.J. Hooper Elementary School in Lindenhurst, Illinois to collect donations for a water collection project for in Tanzania.
Zambia School Creates Unexpected Benefits for the Community
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Picture Caption: Help raise funds for clean water for the Ntemba Village!
Date: March 7, 2017
How 100 Baby Chicks Help 30 Families
In many ways, the Kamisombo School that Aid Africa’s Children built has become the hearth of the community, as villagers and the government continually find new activities to be conducted in the school. The school has positively impacted Matushi in the areas of: politics, health, education, religion, social welfare, increased well-being and building a stronger sense community.
Happy Holidays — Christmas Fundraiser
In November, 2016 we met with the Ntemba Village Women’s Chicken Cooperative in Tanzania. Our intention was to learn about their needs and challenges they face. We were seeking to empower these women who have very difficult lives…They stated, they wanted to start a business raising chickens eggs and selling them at the market.
Dr. Diane Gerlach Featured in Kenosha News
This holiday we received an urgent plea from 40 preschoolers and 2 teachers at St. Jude’s Nursery in Malawi. In 2011, their entire harvest was eaten by hippos. We built them a hippo fence that protected their bountiful harvests. Now, a 2 year drought is creating a severe food crisis, failed crops, and increased food prices.
Kids’ Lemonade Stand Helps African Nursery Children
We're really excited about our own Dr. Diane Gerlach being featured in the Kenosha News. Her medical work in Tanzania changes the lives of many needy African children.
The Kitenga School for Girls
The neighborhood kids in Wisconsin know you can make more from lemons than lemonade. How can these young children make a difference in Malawi? When these enterprising youngsters heard about the pre-school orphans at St. Jude’s Nursery in Malawithey wanted to do something to help.
Aid Africa’s Children Leads Classroom at WBEZ’s 2012 Global Activism Expo
The Kitenga School for Girls allows young girls to aspire to the undreamed of future with the opportunities and self-sufficiency an education can offer. Their future would no longer follow the restrictive traditions of their female predecessors who faced early marriage with no say in the matter.
We were honored to be selected among 24 Chicago area global activists to lead a “break-out classroom” at WBEZ Global Activism Expo 2012. This is WBEZ’s largest event of the year. Our topic was about "Helping Babies Breathe: How a Simple Medical Intervention is Reducing Infant Mortality."