Selection of new projects put on hold

1. May, 2018

Dear member of Help Every Day,
Due to a lack of volunteer ressources, we have now put the process of selecting new potential projects on hold. Over the past few years the volunteer team has experienced dramatic changes as core members have entered new professional positions and some of us even moved abroad. The avaiable time and volunteer ressources have dimished significantly under these circumstances. 
Therefore, we have put the selection of new projects on hold for the time being. Ongoing donations are received as always and saved for future projects. In the event that we will decide definitively to end Help Every Day's work, all remaining funds will be donated to a recognized charity that works within the broad areas described in our mission statement:

a. Work to secure access to clean water and basic sanitation, food security, shelter, and medical attention for all.
b. Protect and care for abandoned children. Empower all children with an education and the necessary resourc... (Read more)


Report from Elerai Public School

12. May, 2017
Dairy Cattle and Crop Garden Project

12/5-2017: We've just received an update on the progress of the work being done with the Elerai Cattle and Crop Project. Take a look at the full progress report here.... (Read more)


Report from Wajibu Wetu!

23. August, 2016
New furniture, electricity, freezer, security doors, plumbing and more through the Help Every Day donation

We received the detailed report below from Rob de Jong who is a United Nations Officer working closely with the development of the Wajibu Wetu orphanage. The pictures to the left show a number of the specific items that have been purchased and implemented with the donation of Help Every Day!

“Wajibu Wetu is an orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya, that is fully supported by private donations. It is formally registered and run by a couple, George and Jane Githioma. Authorities bring the children to the orphanage when children are found without parents or in other circumstances when there is nobody to take care of them. Children stay in the “Wajibu Wetu family”, all go to school and several have now graduated and found jobs.

In the past the orphanage was renting a small piece of land with poor quality of housing (made of gall sheet). Children could not even play outside and facilities were poo... (Read more)


Reporting from Kirunguru Special School

18. December, 2015
A message from Head Teacher, Mr. Wanyoike

Dear member of Help Every Day. Earlier this year we supported the Kirunguru Special School with 5778 USD to help them construct a new and highly improved kitchen facility for the daily meals during the school day. Read the full project description here.

We have now received these three pictures showing the students in front of the bulding as well as two pictures showing the interior of the kitchen and some of the new equipment. The Head Teacher of the school, Mr. Wanyoike, is seen to the left on on of the pictures of the inside of the kitchen facility.
We also received the following message Mr. Wanyoike, which he asked us to kindly pass along to all our members:

"To our sponsors, Help Every Day, we lack enough words to tell you thank you for your good work. All that we can say is to pray to the Almighty God to bless you abund... (Read more)


Mkwaja Chicken Project - Final Report

21. August, 2015
Text, numbers and pictures from the entire project process

Last year we gave away 3287 USD to a collaborative project with the Kesho Trust. This project was aimed at supporting new livelihood activities in the small coastal village of Mkwaja in Tanzania. In relation to this challenge, the goal was to construct a new chicken farming operation, which could be run by a small group of villagers. A year later, we have now received this final report from the Kesho trust. It shows in text, numbers and pictures the result of this collaborative effort and tells about some of the challenges during the process. Read the final report here.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to Help Every Day and thereby made our contribution to this project with the Kesho Trust possible.... (Read more)

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