the eye who stays at home
being not important
but to take care of
About twenty years ago Caritas Machakos built a small house where disabled students who lived
We propose to the ones who receive a support for their business to give back
The Headteacher and nine teachers of Kaloleni Primary School, Machakos County, Kenya identified 71 families
This project involves some boys who were abandoned when they were small, so they have
During the lockdown for the health emergency caused by the Covid-19 virus in the year
We met Fr. Pietro Ferrari, a Comboni missionary, who attends many good activities in Sudan: agriculture
In Kiswahili – official language in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania – shamba is the field, the farming and livestock activities, the land where there is home.
It is the symbol of fair work which leads to indipendence and of the connection to the home land.
We have been in Kenya for the first time in 1991 and it has been an extraordinary and unique experience. Since that moment we have been in several african countries (Tanzania, Uganda, Benin and Nigeria) for periods of volunteer work, study and sharing.
In 2013 we founded this small no profit Association to have the possibility to plan with our african friends and partners small local development projects, raise funds and support them.
We are all volunteers, so all funds we manage to raise are used to support projects.