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Wape Tabasamu

generic Cialis Soft 20 mg Buy online Wape Tabasamu is a program that offer psychological support and education to marginalized children from the urban slum mostly Korogocho and Dandora.

cheap Cialis Soft USA With many years of experience working with the vulnerable and street children from this environment Hope Raisers felt a need to develop and alternative way on how to address the increasing cases of children been denied opportunities for education.

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Order generic Cialis Soft 20 mg The word Wape Tabasamu is a Swahili word meaning “Give Them a Smile”, by giving these vulnerable children opportunities to smile again

Therefore Wape Tabasamu Centre means a place for the marginalized children, those who cannot afford, joy and happiness and financial possibilities to cater for their education.

The architects of this noble program believe that education is a prerequisite for a life of self-responsibility and self-reliance.

Through the Wape Tabasamu we intend to assist children of financial overwhelmed families in Korogocho and Dandora to receive proper better education.

The children in the Wape Tabasamu program come from a very poor background without enough money for even the most basic needs such as food, shelter and education.

In Kenya law it is mandatory for children to attend school, however only those whose parents can afford to pay for it do so.

Without a good education many children especially from the slum get stuck in their parents/guardian poverty and cannot have hope of alleviating their situation and thus the cycle is repeated.

Because of the high level of poverty, marginalization, high school tuition fee and a large number of children in family, parents often are unable to educate their children who later resort to using drugs and crime.

Some of the children are orphaned or abandoned by their families; others live with close relatives like aunts or grandparents who are unable to give them the support they need, because their parents are deceased or separated.

Hence Wape Tabasamu (Give them a Smile) program target to help this children from Korogocho, Dandora and its environs slum get a better future through psychological and educational support.

Children from the slums and the street children have so much potential something we have realized during our engagement with many of them, each child has a potential that can be developed through practical help and support

BACKGROUND

The children in the Wape Tabasamu program come from a very poor background without enough money for even the most basic needs such as food, shelter and education.

In Kenya law it is mandatory for children to attend school, however only those whose parents can afford to pay for it do so.

Without a good education many children especially from the slum get stuck in their parents/guardian poverty and cannot have hope of alleviating their situation and thus the cycle is repeated.

Because of the high level of poverty, marginalization, high school tuition fee and a large number of children in family, parents often are unable to educate their children who later resort to using drugs and crime.

Some of the children are orphaned or abandoned by their families; others live with close relatives like aunts or grandparents who are unable to give them the support they need, because their parents are deceased or separated.

Hence Wape Tabasamu (Give them a Smile) program target to help children from Korogocho slum get the education they need and give them a better future.

Children from the slums and the street children have so much potential something we have realized during our engagement with many of them, each child has a potential that can be developed through practical help and support

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