Ngambenyi Update: April 2016

We recently heard from Charles Coldman, Director of African Promise, on the progress that’s being made at Ngambenyi school in Kenya.  We are so excited about this school: we are funding the entire school building project, the biggest we’ve ever done, and we made the decision having worked with Charles in much smaller ways on the other schools African Promise has supported in the area. African Promise are fantastic and doing all of the hard work needed to get this school off the ground…here is the […]

News (and a great photograph) from Ngambenyi

We’ve been trying to keep abreast of developments from Kenya and the work African Promise are doing on a new primary school. A week ago we received the latest news, and it looks like things are progressing excellently. This is from Charles Coldman: === Just back from a few weeks in Kenya and I’m so thrilled and excited to be able to tell you that construction work proper has now started at Ngambenyi. Our Project Manager, engineer and one of our head builders were on […]

News from Team Kenya

We’ve had some great recent news from Team Kenya. They’ve rounded it all up for us in this PDF attachment that you can download here. Some highlights: Six secondary students were recently successful in gaining excellent grades in their KCSE results Scholarships for nine girls A new sponsor for a child == Image Credit: ViktorDobai

A Happy Start to 2015 from Team Kenya

The New Year brings new students applying for sponsorship. Team Kenya is currently campaigning to send 20 girls to school with the #TeamKenya20 campaign. Check it out on our Facebook, Twitter and website www.teamkenya.org.uk We are all extremely happy with the support provided by Hazels Footprint Trust and we have some good news! Two of our tutors are now off to University! Meet Calvince Calvince is now in University studying to be a teacher. We know he will do a great job! Calvince scored a […]

Charity update from Future Hope Montessori School August 2014

Hazel’s Footprints is excited to be supporting The Vipingo Village Fund in Kenya with a £10,000 grant. Here’s a little bit more about the work they do. The Vipingo Village fund, which built, funds and operates Future Hope Montessori School, is a small, family run, UK registered charity that supplies all the needs from education, health care, daily nutritious food to fun, stimulation and providing a window onto the outside world, for 123 totally destitute children, all of whom are in some way HIV/AIDS affected. […]

Updates from Kisimenyi Primary & Wakadogo

We’ve just had two reports in from some fantastic project. The first is at Kisimenyi Primary School in Kenya: In this report we update you on the current situation at Kisimenyi Primary following completion of our major, two-year rehabilitation project at the school in September 2013. It includes news on the introduction of a pupil feeding programme, the on-going beautification and landscaping of the school grounds, and on our plans for the future. Click here to read the full PDF report And the second is […]

Update from Team Kenya

We donated £2440 last year to Team Kenya for help with teachers and the rest of the wonderful work that they do. They’ve just sent us this update: Top performance in KCSE Thanks to the extra support our sponsored students received via Hazels Footprint Trust, we have 4 students who passed with direct entry to University. 11 students sat for their KCSE’S and each student made remarkable improvements in the last term with the extra support they received. Here is a message from our top […]

A celebration of the new school at Kisimenyi – Brilliant video from African Promise

A celebration of the new school at Kisimenyi from African Promise on Vimeo. Last week we received a link to this wonderful video of Kisimenyi School in Kenya from Charles Coldman, the director of African Promise. It looks like an excellent end to a brilliant project and we’re happy to have been involved. Well done to everyone involved from HFT!

Update from Madaraka Community School in Kenya

(We’ve received this report from the Madaraka School in Kenya – £3000 which is money well spent by the sounds of it!- Well done to Hannah Headden and all those involved) Madaraka Primary School was originally set up and run by Kenyan youth in order to offer free primary education to children from low-income families and more particularly orphans and vulnerable children within the area of Likoni, Mombasa. After a local government primary school refused education to 20 orphaned children, several local youth aged from […]

Kianda Transition Class Report

The Building Work When our centre in Kianda village of Kibera slum (Nairobi, Kenya) closed for Christmas holidays, building work for our new Transition classroom and microfinance office began. We had bought the land a couple of months prior to the building work starting and were waiting for the compound to be clear of chil-dren before we began the work. In the space of a week the structure was up, built and almost finished. Although the building is basic, it does the job and will […]