Michelle liegt auf der Schulter von Gudrun und zeigt ein Victory-Zeichen

Annoying, begging children – contemptuous looks from adults.

A holiday at the South Coast of Kenya turned into a life's mission for the Dürr family from Ingstetten (district of Neu-Ulm in Bavaria, Germany).

Help for self-help

To reduce the ever-increasing cost of living and to teach the children about farming, many areas belonging to the different Nice View projects are used for fruit and vegetable cultivation. 

Are you a medical practitioner who wants to get actively involved?

Would you like to pass your experience on to the Kenyan staff in the Nice View Medical Centre and provide direct help on the South Coast of Kenya on an unpaid basis? We would be delighted to hear from you!

If you are in Kenya for work or on holiday and have some time left for a trip to Msambweni, we will be glad to welcome you at the Nice View projects located approximately 60 km south of Mombasa. We will show you around and help you book a taxi upon request. The journey takes around half an hour from Diani Beach. The Nice View team is looking forward to your visit!

By becoming a sponsor, you give your child a chance to a happy childhood and a self-determined life. A one-time donation helps us fulfil urgent needs. Your visit builds up confidence and respect.



Charity has many faces.

By clicking on the menu, you can select a child you would like to sponsor. We will keep you posted on the development of your child. You can write a letter, send a present or meet him or her personally when visiting Nice View.

Become a godfather


One head alone cannot carry a roof.

With a donation you help us maintain the Nice View Children's Village – home and lifetime refuge to many children. Whether you intend to support a single project or a particular child or you prefer to promote the overall project, it will be to the benefit of the whole Nice View family.

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Site Visit


For us, it is important that you can get a true impression of our work in Nice View and meet staff as well as children.
You can only love and protect what you know.
Visits are possible anytime at short notice.

Visit us

We are a small association recognised as a non-profit organisation with the aim to help people in need in Kenya. Since 2012, all of our projects have been combined to form the Nice View Trust Froundation.


With the small hospital built and equipped according to European standards we aim to provide reliable medical care for the people living in one of the poorest regions in Kenya.


Children's Village

The children's village comprises a girls' and a boys' house, an office building, a kitchen and a common room. So far, more than 70 children have found a home here.

Gruppenfoto Schule und Kindergarten aus dem Jahr 2008

School & Kindergarten

To offer Nice View children and other pupils from the region a good and child-friendly education in a school of our own has been our priority for many years now.

Group of the gifted

Leah's sports project

Accountant Mama Annah's report

Report by social worker Doris

Private tutoring

Environmental and health project

Nice View Children's Village in the times of Corona

Clip Nice View Medical Centre

Completion of the doctors' accommodation

Easter greetings from Nice View

Employee accident – update


Update on employee accident

Container transport in 2020

Renewing the clinic roof

Update on employee accident

Tree felling accident

Nice View Reporter

Successful video shooting in Nice View

Welcome to our new homepage!



On June 4, Nice View received a call from the Youth Welfare Office requesting that an approximately 3-month-old twin couple be accepted in Nice View.



On June 4, Nice View received a call from the Youth Welfare Office requesting that an approximately 3-month-old twin couple be accepted in Nice View. The mother had died at birth.

Ambulance - We hope for support!


Music Videos


Medical Camp

Sports Day

Dorothy and Martin

Sports Competitions

Eliana and Liam

Liam and Eliana

Visit Star of the Sea Academy

Surgery Joshua