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AISHA IS GROWING FAST! THANKS TO YOU.

Even one year after the launch of Aisha & Friends Foundation we are still surprised by the number of demands triggered by our proposition ‘We help you to educate’. Thanks to the support of a growing list of donors, we can respond to more and more project requests.

The project pipeline is growing rapidly. And fortunately so does our team! We (Mieke and Alberdine) are surrounded by a nice group of helpful volunteers. Read more

SPEAK UP! AISHA & FRIENDS LAUNCHES TRAINING FOR 2,000 CHILDREN IN KILIFI

Training in social skills. The curriculum in Kenya does not provide this subject. This is why local organization LIBA through her Dutch partner Learn! Foundation reached out to Aisha & Friends Foundation. The regular school program offers basics such as arithmetic and language skills. For practicing life skills, we will spend time outside of class hours… Read more

SIGNBOARDS AT SCHOOL IN KENIA

The colorful Aisha & Moses images on signboards at the entrance of a school in Kilifi. How valuable! Learn! Foundation and Lifting the Barriers requested a local artist to produce these billboards. Pupils are reminded to wash their hands, to keep distance and to cough in their elbow every day. For us an interesting acquaintance with both organizations. We are looking forward.

ANOTHER 6000 PUPILS READING AISHA

FTKilimanjaro continued to distribute the Corona booklets. 12 primary schools in Lower Moshi area (Tz) were reached. Another 6000 school going pupils will benefit. They were motivated to discuss the content in their home situation as well. What an impact….

AISHA AND MOSES BOOKLETS DISTRIBUTED IN FOOD PACKAGES

In the south of Malawi our Aisha and Moses booklets still go round. IMBA international printed and distributed our booklets in food packages.

AISHA ARRIVED IN MALAWI AND ZIMBABWE

As from today children, parents and social workers in Malawi and Zimbabwe have the availability of the Aisha and Moses story in their speaking languages (Chichewa and Chishona). Many efforts have been made by enthusiastic local NGO’s to arrange further distribution.

CAREFULLY READING

A little boy from Mulala, a small village at the foot of Mount Meru, carefully reading about the impact of coronavirus in Tanzania. We are grateful and thankful for the many local NGO’s who have printed and shared our children’s book ‘Aisha and Moses strong against coronavirus’.

AISHA & MOSES BECOMES A SUBJECT AT SCHOOL

‘Read the story and write down what you have learnt from it.’ Aisha and Moses for homework at Braeburn Imani International School. The booklet travels fast also in Kenya.

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