To fund medical care and medicine for pupils at Unity School in Mombasa, Kenya who cannot afford to pay. They suffer from Malaria, Dengue Fever and other ailments. Without treatment it is very difficult for them to continue their education, which is so vital for them.
It ran from 12:00 PM, 30 November 2021 to 12:00 PM, 7 December 2021
Registered Charity in England and Wales (1155625)
Medical care for the pupils will be beneficial as early visits to a Doctor could solve illnesses quickly with medication. It will enable them to continue their education without being ill at home. Education is vital in enabling these young children to progress through their education and give them a chance to get out of the poverty in which they are living. Some illnesses such as Malaria and Dengue Fever can be treated quickly with the right medical care. It can also save lives.
Although we have a Doctor near Unity School to support the pupils, we want to raise awareness of the vital need for ongoing medical care. Schools in West Sussex and Eindhoven that have supported us have not been able to fundraise because of Covid, but by applying for the BigGive and spreading the word to schools, we believe this is a long term vision to enlist the support from more schools.
I am an orphan, and with your help I went on to University and graduated with a degree of Batchelor of Criminology. I want to help and encourage other students at Unity School and give something back to society. You showed me that even with a very poor background I could excel. Thank you so much
Unity School is an educational institution in a very poor area. I wish to thank the charity for all they do in supporting medical care and medicine when funds allow. It is such a big boost to the overall health of the children. We at the centre are proud to be able to support the charity.
Thank you to Friends of the Mombasa Children charity, your help has given these children a chance of a good education, health care and a hot meal each day. We all owe you so much. Dreams can be realised and nothing is impossible. On behalf of all teachers and pupils - we are so grateful
I am moved beyond words to see my son so happy. He is learning well, and has a hot meal everyday. I know that the charity funds medical care when they can and Peter is learning so well. I am a widow and you have taken stress from me. From the bottom of my heart - thank you.
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