The orphanage

Love, Integrity, Accountability, Passion, Volunteerism, Respect

In 2018 Central Government has seen it is appropriate and gave us a full registration. Enjivai Orphanage has the registration number 00009850.

Our mission

ENJIVAI is an orphanage established in 2016 at Arusha, Kambi Ya Chupa Madukani aiming to strengthening the capacity of community though developing less privileged children, orphans, widows and widowers welfare through capacitating families and community in general.

The owner and current director started the construction of the orphanage in 2016 with his own resources. He received financial support from local communities, individuals and some volunteers from abroad. In 2018, the government then granted a full registration and this is still the case to this day.

Our Children are one who suffers from various problems in the society lack or low accessibility of good education, insufficient food and other accommodation this is due to severe poverty and HIV/AIDS. 

It started with a kindergarten for 12 children, where they also received a balanced diet and clothes. Today, the orphanage is run as a half-day school for children between the ages of two and six. Unfortunately, there is still no place for a permanent stay in the orphanage, as the current house does not offer enough space. The children still live with their relatives, grandmothers and grandfathers, often also children of widowers or widows. Most of the time, they are not able to provide enough for these children. At the moment 30 children attend our school here. Some of the children have neither father nor mother and live with their relatives or people who take care of them. We plan to build our own school with adequate accommodation.

 

See our project and what we want for the future here.

Daily life

  • Teaching children at the centre.
  • Daily topics are Englisch, computing, health and hygiene.
  • Playing with children different games.
  • Cleaning class room, washrooms, bathrooms, kitchen.
  • Serve healthy and balanced meals.
  • Watering the garden and keeping the building
  • Taking care of children while playing outside.
  • Home visiting.
  • If necessary, ensure funding of medical examinations, doctor visits, medical care