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Africa

Nathan Yip Foundation Girls Dormitory, Tanzania

Groundbreaking took place in June on the first-phase of The Nathan Yip Dormitory For Girls at the Idetemya Secondary School in rural northern Tanzania. When complete, the dorm will provide 144 girls with safe housing. The project is set to be completed in January 2015.  We’ve partnered on this project with the Africa School Assistance Project, ASAP.

 

Kibera Slum, Nairobi, Kenya

Shining Hope for Communities is changing the lives of thousands in the Kibera slum of Nairobi, Kenya—where more than a million people live without sewage systems, roads, running water, or access to basic rights like education and health care. Shining Hope combats urban poverty by linking free education for girls to a set of holistic community services accessible to all. The Nathan Yip Foundation, has funded a new pre-kindergarten classroom at The Kibera School for Girls, the slum’s first free school for girls. Through the Foundation’s support, an entire class of girls will receive supplies, curriculum, uniforms, nutritious meals twice a day, and comprehensive health care services, in addition to an outstanding staff of teachers.

Rebuild an Orphanage in Kigali, Rwanda

The Nathan Yip Foundation recently contributed funds to help rebuild an orphanage in Kigali, Rwanda, Africa. The Foundation is hoping to develop a long-term relationship with the townspeople of Kigali and continue to support the town’s children.

Sister’s of Loretto, Akokoamong School Project, Ghana

The Nathan Yip Foudnation contributed monies to help in the building of a school in Akokoamong, Ghana, West Africa. Originally based in Kentucky, the Sisters of Loretto/Loretto Community is a service community that has branches all around the world set up to meet educational needs. With the help of the Nathan Yip Foundation’s contribution, The Loretto Community was able to plan, build, and furnish this school in Ghana for 720 pre- and elementary-school aged children.

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