Khanimambo means thank you in Shangana, an ancestral language from the south of Mozambique – the one spoken by our sponsored children. This word was the start of our dream, which today is the dream of many children from Xai-Xai.learn more
To educate the children today so that they have a better future. And to make the whole family play their part. With a view to that, we have developed educational projects for both children and adults, social, nutritional, health and AIDS prevention programmes...learn more
What can you do?
But we need your help We currently have 200 sponsored children, and our facilites cannot host any more. Our aim is to sponsor 400 children. Will you help us? You can make a donation, become a member or spread the word about the project.learn more
This blog entry was written by María Barcos who spent the summer of 2013 volunteering with us in Xai-Xai. The first day, Evan, the coordinator, hands me 10 yellow ribbons that will identify the children of our group and says to me: - Aunt Maria, your team is the one with the 5 to [...]
If we were to review the biggest milestones of the education policies of many sub-Saharan African countries, the year 2000 marked a definitive ‘before and after’ in that it was the starting point of a new agenda and approach for this area of development based on the 8 Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the achievement of [...]