100% to the Children - Kenya and Ghana
This Danish association was founded by enthusiast Signe Møller, who became involved after visiting the area around the Kibarani rubbish dump in Mombasa, Kenya, during 2008.
Its object is: “To help as many children as possible, in the best possible way, for the longest possible time”. Beneficiaries include extremely poor children who live on rubbish dumps in Kenya and Ghana. The trust will help to establish sustainable vegetable gardens in both countries.
More about this project
A great year for the school mothers
February 28, 2018
2017 has been a great year for the Rural Education for Empowerment Programme (REEP) in Ghana, especially with regards to the School Mothers’ component.Click to read more
Backing better conditions for social development
June 09, 2016
Support for a new bakery, kitchen gardens, young schoolgirls and a “school mothers” project will help to improve life for two local communities in Ghana.Click to read more
Putting in all efforts for children in Ghana and Kenya
March 11, 2015
The Kavli Trust supports the Danish organisation 100 % to the Children, which runs projects in Ghana and Kenya in cooperation with local organisations.Click to read more