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Current Activities

Over 100.000 pupils and their families were reached in the last six months. The child friendly Aisha & Moses booklets were distributed in food packages and directly to over 100 schools. In close cooperation with many NGO’s, helping children to deal with Corona.

Signboards at school in Kenia

The colorful Aisha & Moses images on signboards at the entrance of a school in Kilifi. How valuable…

Another 6000 pupils reading Aisha

FTKilimanjaro continued to distribute the Corona booklets. 12 primary schools in Lower Moshi area (Tz) were reached…

Booklets distributed in food package

In the south of Malawi our Aisha and Moses booklets still go round…

Growing life skills: empowering children

Learning life skills is incredibly important for achieving goals in life. Teaching life skills however today is hardly integrated in learning programs. Aisha & Friends starts (pilot) projects in 2021 to help teachers to have live skills taught. Read more…

2021 projects

We have good ambitions for the year 2021. Based on clearly defined local needs a number of projects are in the pipeline. Please read more about these projects. Do not hesitate to help us make it happen…. 

Life Skills on Makonjemare school

With enthusiasm we will start developing a Life Skills training for (future) teachers and pupils of the Makonjemare Primary School, Kilifi Kenia…

Aisha – Basic Emotions  

Basic Emotions as the leading theme of a new Aisha & Friends  booklet. Aisha to be happy, sad, fearful and angry. The framework is ready…

Aisha – In Hospital 

Dr. John Robert, working in the KCMC hospital (Kilimanjaro, Tz) is building plans for in-hospital education in his region..

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The making of Aisha…

It was somewhere on my papers full of scribbles that I found her. Between notes about Corona, Tanzanian organizations, African girls’ names and a vague storyline about 2 African children. My first sketch, in 4B Pencil. And she was named… Aisha!

Aisha, a cheerful African girl. Eager to learn, socially aware and confident. Not only in herself, but also in the world she lives in. “If we do the right things together, we soon will be able to dance together again”, Aisha tells Moses in the digital reading story “Aisha and Moses strong against Coronavirus”. A wise remark that could not be ignored too easily. Read more…


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Thank you for your sincere interest in our foundation,

With love, from Aisha

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