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Amani

Amani Children’s Home is committed to reducing the number of children living on the streets in Tanzania by providing a nurturing place to heal, grow, and learn. In addition to providing long-term care, Amani aims to reunite children with their relatives and to equip their families with the tools they need to be independent. Amani means ‘Peace’ in Swahili, the language spoken in Tanzania, and it is currently located in the small town of Moshi, at the feet of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Amani’s Big Challenge

Amani’s Big Challenge

 
Rama and Emmanuel

Rama and Emmanuel

Amani’s Big Challenge

KiliTechTrek will support Amani in their next big challenge: purchase and build a new welcome center in the city of Arusha. The Amani Welcome Centre will more effectively transition children from street life to Amani Children’s Home and school and,when possible, reunify them with their extended families.

KiliTechTrek wants to help Amani raise funds to purchase, build and renovate this space in Arusha, close to the bus stand where the majority of homeless children spend their time. With the Welcome Centre, Amani can reach out to hardcore street children, helping to transition them from life on the street, where they live on their own or in small groups and often still engage in glue-sniffing and other drug use, to Amani Children’s Home where they would have structure, end their drug use, and have an opportunity to get an education. From there, Amanican then work towards family reunification and positive self-reliance.

The Welcome Centre will provide:

Your donation will go to Amani Children’s Home, and it may be tax-deductible or tax-free depending on your country of residence.