Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • Some of you may have seen Vicky featured here before. Vicky is five years old and has lost both of her parents. Her struggles include a lack of food and clothes. YET, through Orphans Africa Vicky has been able to attend our free nursery school. She has been able to make friends, receive free medical insurance, learn and eat lunch every day at school. Educating orphans, filling empty stomachs, gi...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • Then (2007)   The OA founders first visited the Marilynn Primary and Nursery School in 2007 (shown above). The school had no more funds to continue construction or development. The above pictures show the poor status of the school’s facilities for learning. There were three unfinished classrooms where we taught. All...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • You have done amazing work! We received reports from Africa recently that the students are enjoying the many improvements and services at school. We must remember that the orphans have lived in extreme poverty – mud houses with dirt floors and thatched roofs, carrying buckets of water from a stream...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • Ric Mattson and his team had great success at Orphans Africa’s 2017 summer fundraiser, Battle of the Superheroes at Zog’s on Fox Island, WA. Leaders from Fox Island and Gig Harbor battled against each other in various silly games, like smashing eggs on their heads, rolling cookies down their faces, and...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • On September 28th, Rafael Menini from the Orphans Africa Mountain Biking Team based in Brazil will represent Orphans Africa as he races across the Himalayas with more than 70 other riders. The 13th Hero MTB Himalaya race is known as “one of the toughest across the globe”. The riders will be...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
YouTube Video
Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
YouTube Video
  • These secondary orphans walk to the orphan school in Bujela, Tanzania from miles around. With no money, no books, a bamboo hut for a school and volunteer teachers, the orphans hope for a better future. Listen to their harmony. Orphans Africa is building them a school so they can attend for free. Search for www.orphansafrica.org for more of our videos on YouTube or visit our website. Donors ar...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • The Presidents Office of The United Republic of Tanzania awarded Orphans Africa’s Marilynn Primary School with a “Certificate of Commendation” for being the “most improved Primary School in the year of 2016”. The Presidents Office has commended the entire school community in it’s effort to facilitate a quality education. Along...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • Saturday, June 3rd, a team of volunteers participated with OA in the Seattle Survivor Mud Run! The funds our team members raised, while getting muddy, will help support our orphan students in Tanzania to have fresh opportunities. You can see from our most recent article (click here) how supporting OA can change lives....

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • We just received this message from the headmaster of the Mwaji Secondary School. “I want to thank you again for the issue of water you provided for the Mwaji ss. This thing has helped students very much especially for those dwelling in the  dormitory. The case of diarrhea for students...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • ABC’s The Tanzanian Way As the goals for Orphans Africa are achieved through hard work by the people in Tanzania and through the generosity of others, exciting developments are on the horizon! As we are all aware, early education for young children is vitally important to insure their success as...

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • We met Isaiah, Doudi, Angel, Zawadi, Yohana, Happy, and others at our nursery schools. The list of orphan children with a “hard life” of extreme poverty go on and on. How do we get it to stop? The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation debunks myths about poverty and makes recommendations....

Orphans Africa
Orphans Africa
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  • Eliot is 4-years-old. Her mother died from disease. Since her father died earlier, no one at school knows the reason for his death. She is in her first year at one of our nursery schools. Sh e lives with her grandmother. Eliot is very shy but she likes school and...

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