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Tanzania

For the past nine years, Restore a Child has provided care and education in boarding schools for children who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS.

2005 - Present

Masaai Land

For the past nine years, Restore a Child has provided care and education in boarding schools for children who have been orphaned by HIV/AIDS.

 

In Arusha, Restore a Child partnered with Global Vessels to build a home for orphans in memory of Valerie Silver Ellis, who died in the attacks of 9/11. Both Silver and Ellis family members were present at the dedication of the home which took place in June 2009.

 

Starting in 2006, we supported an orphanage with 35 children orphaned by HIV AIDS and built a school on ground donated by the Maasai government in Namanga. We dug a well for the sc.hool which is necessary for agriculture and fruit trees. Women in the community freely take clean water. Poultry and 8 goats now have 70 goats that give milk and hundreds of eggs daily. This generates income, and the children learn to till the soil, plant and water the plants and herd goats to be self supporting.

 

In 2014 we partnered with Friendensau University in Germany.  Dr. Laszlo Szabo brings volunteers from Friedensau each year to help build schools, teach and feed thousands of hungry Maasai children. In 2021, we distributed 150 goats for milk to Masaai women, mostly widows. Three schools, plus a boarding school, a medical clinic are being built. On September 5, 2021, we are digging a well for Masaai who never had water before.

 

Dar es Salaam

Another partner in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, is a couple from Germany, Thomas Kuesel and his wife Beata whoare Directors and manage the orphanage called Dunia ya Heri. Restore a Child helped with 22 abandoned orphans in 2016-2017. The Morrison Toddler home was financed by Dale Morrison and his family.

 

In addition, Dr. Mitchell Davis funded the purchase of agricultural land Kuesel planted 650 fruit trees and 4,000 pineapple plants in 2021, installed irrigation system with a pump, dug a well, a fence and house for watchman and guard. Vegetable garden produce plenty of organic food for the children and volunteers. The Restore a Child Founder visits the orphan homes every year. In 2020 we provided Goats for Milk and in 2021 started building an elementary school. Several Water towers were built and solar farms were started for generating electricity.

 

For several years Restore a Child helps Albino girls who are targeted to be killed in order to sell their body parts. We provide education for Albino children to give them hope and a future.

Maasai student drinks milk from the goats we gave them
Maasai student drinks milk from the goats we gave them
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Maasai student drinks milk from the goats we gave them
Maasai student drinks milk from the goats we gave them
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Two children drink water from the well
Two children drink water from the well
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The drilling Rig digs a well in Karao, September 5, 2021
The drilling Rig digs a well in Karao, September 5, 2021
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The building of the medical clinic in our new village for Maasai in Karao
The building of the medical clinic in our new village for Maasai in Karao
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The new Dorm to protect Maasai girls to go to Karao school
The new Dorm to protect Maasai girls to go to Karao school
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Water drilling truck arrives to dig a well
Water drilling truck arrives to dig a well
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Norma reads stories to orphan children
Norma reads stories to orphan children
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