Watu Kwa Watu was invited in early 2017, via African Children’s Haven Foundation, to partner with the Art Fund of an American painter Dinesh Doshi to start the project DRAW YOUR DREAMS, in a few poor primary schools, both in urban slums and in rural areas in Kenya. The project introduces the elements of visual […]
In early January 2018 Watu Kwa Watu has received to following message from the Headteacher of Starkid School and Rescue Centre (some information, including family name, have been changed for privacy protection): “Dear Tomasz, Greetings! I would like to draw your attention to this woman and her children. Syoka family comes from Kitui County here […]
People Make Maendeleo, an NGO from Germany, of Gina and Brian, a new supply-side partner of Watu Kwa Watu, visited Starkid School and Rescue Centre and has provided sets of reusable sanitary napkins to the girls, together with the use-training for the female teachers, so that they can train the girls. It is likely, that […]
Sebastian, name changed to privacy, has been admitted to Starkid several years ago with serious learning and behavioral disabilities caused by early childhood mistreatment in a dysfunctional family. For all practical purposes he is a complete orphan. Starkid is very helpful to him. Frauke and her family in Germany continues supporting him.