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African Children's Fund

Source & Credits: Google, Wikipedia & Youtube    Author :  Africanchildrensfund      Our work with grass roots partners in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe in education and children’s rights is making a real difference to the lives of 2,500 children born into poverty every year. Helping children off the streets and into school gives them a chance to improve their lives and build a better future. . Important: By supporting our work, a little really can go a long way. A £9 donation, will provide 100 children with a porridge meal that means they go to school rather than having to work, scavenge or beg on the streets. . WHETHER YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE MONEY, TIME, SKILLS OR GOODS, THERE ARE LOTS OF WAYS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED WITH AFRICAN CHILDREN’S FUND TO GIVE CHILDREN IN KENYA, TANZANIA, UGANDA AND ZIMBABWE HOPE FOR A BRIGHT FUTURE. 13-year-old Agnes is a pupil at Ng'ate Primary School in Thika, Kenya, and receives a daily mug of porridge

Save The Children

  Help Save Children in Africa  Save the Children has worked in Africa for more than 60 years. Today, with millions of children and families in Africa already struggling to cope with the impacts of conflict and climate change, COVID19 is yet another shock undermining their livelihoods and pushing them towards acute hunger and malnutrition. In places like South Sudan and the Sahel, ongoing conflict has hindered families’ access to food for years. Across areas of East and Southern Africa, climate change has triggered harsher and more frequent droughts. Right now, Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya are facing the third severe drought episode in a decade.  West Africa is facing its worst food crisis in a decade, with 27 million people not knowing where their next meal will come from. Save the Children is responding to the immense needs of vulnerable African children and families by helping to improve access to healthcare and education. We are also working tirelessly to keep children protected fro