MARCH 28, 2013 | LEN MORRIS The Kenyan SchoolHouse Project has been selected by Operation Days Work as their “Charity of the Year.” A total of six schools operate ODW programs, four in Massachusetts and two in Vermont. ODW students, grades 6 through 12, will volunteer their time and service in support of our KSH [...]
In 2003, while shooting Stolen Childhoods in Kenya, Len Morris and Robin Romano discovered a group of children working in a coffee plantation. One girl, Sylvie Ngendo, had an ugly gash on her leg from the thorns. The crew stopped filming and began to treat her wound.
Since 2002, nearly 300 children have had school costs, medical care and food provided for thanks to the generosity of Kenyan Schoolhouse’s donors. The program is managed by the African Network for the Prevention and Protection Against Child Abuse and Neglect, who work tirelessly to rescue children from extreme poverty. Here are a few of [...]
The African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) is a pan African network that promotes child rights and child protection in Africa. Its mission is to enhance, in partnership with others, the prevention and protection of children from all forms of maltreatment, thus, ensuring that the rights of children [...]
A profile of six students supported by the Kenyan Schoolhouse program (kenyanschoolhouse.org) at the Kimana Secondary School, a provincial high school located near Mount Kilimanjaro in southeastern Kenya. 70% of the students come from the Masai tribe.
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