Children

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Amaton Somali Bahati

Amaton is the oldest son of Mwanahalima. As a single mother it is not easy for her to take care of her in the meantime 3 sons.

Mwanamisi Omari Somali

Mwanamisi is the niece of Mwanahalima and Fatuma.

Mwalola Ali Vunga

Mwalola and Idd are 2nd last and last born children respectively. Both their parents are alive. Their Father is a Boda boda (motorbike driver) while the mother is a housewife. With his little income, their father can’t sustain the family’s basic needs and provide children with education. They he looked for an educational sponsor for the two children in Nice View Gratitude Academy.

 

Waridi Hamadi Dzengo

Waridi is the last born in a family of five children. Since the death of her father in 2010, her mother has been fending for them although without any formal job. Waridi’s elder sister is in Secondary school and due financial constraint, she was forced to repeat Form one. Waridi’s brother (Dunga) is also under education sponsorship in Nice View Gratitude Academy. With five children, Waridi’s mother can’t fully provide the necessary basic needs.

Amina Nassoro

Amina is the last born in a family of seven. The sisters and brothers live in Kisimachande with their mother. Her father died in June 2015. Amina’s mother could not fund the education of her child and through this struggles secured a sponsor. Through this Amina was enrolled in our school in this year 2015 in Reception class.

Rama Bakari

Rama is the fifth born in a family of seven children. His father died in 2010 when he was barely two years old. As a single mother and a widow, life hasn’t been easy to her. Fending her children made her get married another man a year later after the death of her husband. She gave birth to another child and later separated complicating her life even more. Currently, Rama’s mother goes to peoples’ homes to do house chore so that she can put food on the table.

Omari Vunga Halfan

Omari, Mwanamisi and Yusuf are the three last born in a family of eleven children. Their father is a peasant fisherman while the mother is just a housewife. Sometimes with little or no catch, it becomes difficult to provide the family with the basic needs. With such a big family, it’s only through good education that the children will change their lives to better in future.

Anifa Suleiman

Anifa and Thuweiba are sisters from a family of nine children. In 2012 January, their houses got torched in un-clear circumstances (click here for the details). Nothing was rescued during that inferno; the whole family property was destroyed. Gudrun visited the family upon receiving the information, and decided to bring these two girls to school.

Idd Ali Vunga

Idd and Mwalola are 2nd last and last born children respectively. Both their parents are alive. Their Father is a Boda boda (motorbike driver) while the mother is a housewife. With his little income, their father can’t sustain the family’s basic needs and provide children with education. They he looked for an educational sponsor for the two children in Nice View Gratitude Academy.

Dunga Hamadi Dzengo

Dunga is the fourth born in a family of five children. Since the death of his father in 2010, his mother has been fending for them although without any formal job. Dunga’s elder sister is in Secondary school and due financial constraint, she was forced to repeat Form one. His younger sister (Waridi) has started schooling in Nice View Gratitude Academy and is also sponsored. With five children, Dunga’s mother can’t fully provide the necessary basic needs.

Yusuf Halfani Vunga

Yusuf, Omari and Mwanamisi are the three last born in a family of eleven children. Their father is a peasant fisherman while the mother is just a housewife. Sometimes with little or no catch, it becomes difficult to provide the family with the basic needs. With such a big family, it’s only through good education that the children will change their lives to better in future.

Thuweiba Suleiman

Thuweiba and Anifa are sisters from a family of nine children. In 2012 January, their houses got torched in un-clear circumstances (click here for the details). Nothing was rescued during that inferno; the whole family property was destroyed. Gudrun visited the family upon receiving the information, and decided to bring these two girls to school.

Ramla Said

Ramla is a second born in a family of three. They all live with their great grandmother since the death of their mother in 2009. The father’s whereabouts can’t be traced because they were born out of wedlock. ,Ramla’s grandmother who is insane also lives with them in the same small hut. Ramla’s uncles sometimes help in providing food for the family. The family is very vulnerable and needy hence educational support will help improve Ramla’s and Mwanamvua's future life.

Salim Nassoro

Salim and Mwanasaada come from the same family. Their father was a former employee of Nice View Children’s Village. He died in the year 2011 while still at work. The Nice View Children’s Village/ Edmund decided to help educate his two children.

Halima Shee

Halima is the last born in a family of ten. Both her parents are alive although poor. However, Halima’s parents work so hard to educate their children of which the first born son has completed teacher training course. At the time we visited Halima at their home, she wasn’t attending school due to lack of school fees. Her parents’ hard work and passion in education motivated me to recommend Halima for education sponsorship. We hope that through quality education, she’ll fulfil her aspirations.

Asha Nassoro

She comes from a family of 9 (nine) children. She is the 2nd last born. Both her parents are very old and jobless. Among 9 children, only two got primary education-up to standard eight (8) learning in public schools. Asha’s father is currently 65 years old and can’t manage to provide for the family’s up keep including Asha’s education.

Emmer Muluti

She is the elder girl in a family of three. She started schooling at Nice View Gratitude Academy from Kindergarten (Baby class). Her parents were responsible for fees payment since they had a small retail shop. However, in December 2012, Emmer and her sister Hella were involved in a road accident which left Hella serious injured. Hella’s medication cost the family their resources hence they weren’t able to pay Emmer’s school fees. Emmer has the interest to learn, she does very well in academics and couldn’t absent even a single day from school.

Idd Mohammed

Idd has a six year old half-brother and lives with another 5 children with his grandmother and her daughters. Thanks to a sponsorship he can now attend the Nice View School.

Semeni Mutai Hassan

Semeni is the first born in a family of two children who were both born out of wedlock. Their father’s whereabouts can’t be traced. Semeni’s mother died in the year 2008 due to unknown complications leaving the children in their grandparent’s care. Together with other five grandchildren- Semeni’s cousins; their grandparents find it difficult to fend for them. When we visited the family, we found almost all children infested with jiggers a situation that compromised with their health.

Issa Vweso

He is the first born in a family of two from a single mother. Issa was born out of wedlock and his father doesn’t provide any assistance to the children. He lives with his grandparents (father’s parents).

Tima Mwatsanuo

Tima is a last born in a family of nine (9) children. Her father died when she was still very young. Her elder sibling is currently in Secondary school 4th form. Being a widow, it is difficult to fend for the family. However, the mother washes for people clothes so that she provides for the family’s basic needs as well as paying the secondary school fees.

Beatrice (Betty) Chombo

Our Betty (click here to read the full story ) attends our school thanks to a sponsorship since 2015.

Mwanasaada Said

Mwanasaada and Salim come from the same family. Their father was a former employee of Nice View Children’s Village. He died in the year 2011 while still at work. The Nice View Children’s Village/ Edmund decided to help educate his two children.

Awathi Hamza

Awathi comes from a family of twelve (12) children, six of which are independent. His father died in 2005 when Awathi was three (3) years old. The mother who’s a widow struggles to fend for the family. However, life in the family is too hard and do hope that Awathi gets good education.

Mohamed S.

Mohamed is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Mwanajuma

Mwanajuma is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Mwalimu

Mwalimu is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Omari

Omari is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Umi

Umi is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Miriam

Miriam is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Tai

Tai is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Hamisi

Hamisi is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Salim I.

Salim is sponsored by an Austrian organization whose objective it is to improve the living standards of Kinondo people. They have several projects in Kinondo besides educating children. They believe that good education will change the lives of Kinondo people. They therefore preferred Nice View Gratitude Academy as a school that offers the kind of education they need for their foster children. In this regard, they sponsor five children in our school.

Amina Mohamed

Born in a family of four, both parents are jobless. Amina, her siblings and their mother all stay at their grandmother’s home. The mother had two children in Nice View. During that time, she struggled to pay school fees for Amina and her sister but she couldn’t manage it. She therefore pleaded for her children’s education assistance, Amina was however considered for the sponsorship while the elder girl was transferred to a Government (public) school.

Victor Mburu

Victor is sponsored by the employer of his mother.