We help children in need! Projekt Schwarz-Weiß e.V. (association Black-White) is a children aid project that supports Africa's orphans. In the by us looked after Nice View Children`s Village in Kenya find abandoned, orphaned and abused children a new home. The overall concept is to provide them with everything they need, from being a small baby up until independence. Feeling of security - love - shelter - provisions - medical supply - kindergarten - school - apprenticeship ...

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October 2018: School trip to Mamba Village

The trip for the preprimary and grades school on 6th July 2018 arrived and pupils came to school early that day. They boarded the bus and proceeded for Mamba Village in Nyali, Mombasa. The excitement on their faces could be read from a far.

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October 2018: Upper primary trip to Kilifi

On 20th July 2018 the school visited the Pwani University farm, the Kilifi sisal Plantations and Dairy farm, and the Mtwapa weather station in Kilifi County.

In the Pwani University the students were able to interact with university’s environment, in the farm they learnt a lot about dairy keeping, chicken rearing, pig rearing and crop farming.  They got to know the different breed of dairy cows good for milk production like the Jersey and Friesian breeds.

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October 2018: Repair Makutiroofs

In recent years, there has been more rain than before in Kenya’s coastal regions. Presumably this is a result of the climate change.

As a result of this, the makuti (palm-leaves) has no time for drying and the roofs are rotting very fast and need to be constantly repaired. In the past, the lifetime of a roof was about 8 to 10 years, at the moment only 2 or 3 years. Therefore, the costs of the makutiroofs are unfortunately higher than the plans. We would be very happy with any financial support.

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Your team of Projekt Schwarz-Weiß

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September 2018: Mwanasha

Dear godparents, friends and supporters,

Our Mwanasha completed her au-pair-year at the end of March and at the beginning of April she started a voluntary-social-year at the clinic in Krumbach. This year she wants to improve her language skills and after that she will start the school for nursing.

Your team of Projekt Schwarz-Weiß

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September 2018: Lavenda

Dear godparents, friends and supporters,

We are pleased to report about Lavenda. She successfully completed the secondary school at the end of the last year. She missed a few points to a B-, but a C+ is also an excellent result. Unfortunately, this was not enough to fulfill her career wish to become a nurse. However, she has decided to follow in Haji’s footsteps and become a teacher for English and Literature on secondary schools. We wish her much success!!

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September 2018: We need your support !

Dear godparents, friends and supporters,

after a few years there have failed two important things in the clinic: The used generator got irreparable damaged and at almost the same time the changeover switch of the solar system got damaged.

Generator about 5.000,-€
Changeover switch approx. 2.500,-€ (installation included)

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August 2018: Ultrasound

Dear sponsors, friends and supporters,

We are proud to inform you that we can offer ultrasound scans in the Nice View Medical Centre now. Once a week we are supported by a specialist who performs ultrasound examinations when medically necessary.

The ultrasonic device was part of the latest container delivery. Our heartfelt thanks to everyone who made this possible!

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August 2018: Hope

We had to wait quite a long time for the lab results from Nairobi. Unfortunately, they confirmed that Hope is infected with HIV. (It is not possible to detect the virus in children who are younger than 2.)

Nevertheless we don't lose courage. Nowadays there is effective medication available in Kenya und Hope is doing remarkably well. She is already as tall as Natalie (although Natalie is almost a year older).

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August 2018: Visitor Report from Monika Podszuck

Experience report as of 4/8/2018

When I visited Kenya for another time I was very pleased to be a guest at Nice View Children's Village and Nice View Medical Center. I was highly impressed by what has been accomplished here and by the efforts still being made every day. Together with her family and other contributors Gudrun Dürr have done a great deal of work.

August 2018: Donations in kind and container transportation

In 2017 we got two aid convoys delivered to Mombasa and in 2018 another container followed.

This 40ft sea container – loaded with school furniture, clothes, spare parts and many other useful supplies – was sponsored by a friend. It was also due to him that we received "new" used school furniture.
Still, the customs duties, harbour charges and transportation from Mombasa to Msambweni are very expensive (about EUR 5000-6000). Therefore we would be delighted to find more sponsors to help us cope with the costs.

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